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Newly acquired 1956 Belair.
57 Chevy One Piece bumper. Found wrapped in original manufacturer burlap bag!! Never installed!
Australian built, imported from Canada in pieces.
Four link, Narrowed 9 inch 53”
Custom paint & interior, total drive train replacement
Rebuilt tight 350 out of a 79 camaro. 700r4 trans. Discs up front but master cylinders gotta go. New shocks and springs. Mint interior. Original color repainted 2 years ago. Power steering,Tilt wheel and cruise. Ac is all this daily driver needs and that will be in the spring.
My design, my build to be the way I thought and Factory ElCamino might look if one had been made in 1956.
1957 Red Belair 2 door Sort Coupe
358 sbc 4 speed saginaw 1969 camaro posi rear with 3.42 gears 4.5 inch lifted spindles 2 inch taller leaf springs put under the frame Rear --- 295-50 on a 10 inch rim Front --- 245-60 on an 8 inch rim
Stock, no mods. In the family since 1957. Grandad willed it to me in 1978. Drove and fixed it up in high school, then sat since 1987. Working with my son to get it back on the road. Good thing I have been tinkering with old jeeps all those years - pu
1938 Plymouth, fully modified 38 frame C4 Corvette suspension Frt & Rear Blown 600 HP SB, Turbo 400 Have had this over Route 66, luv this car built it in 96
Gto-numbers matching, a/c, p/w,p/s,p/b, still has oem radiator, carb., owned since 1980. 56-owned since 1988, big window, V8 truck-V code, currently has an approximate 350 hp 350 with an IROC tuned port efi system
Early in my career I worked in a small auto repair shop in farm country in California. The farmers used a lot of these older vehicles. They would use and abuse them, drive them till they dropped, and then abandon them in a field somewhere. I always though