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Real 55' V8 Bel Air 4dr - Stock 265 and Powerglide - Stock Power Brakes and Steering - Stock Drums Brakes - Stock 3.55:1 Rear end - India Ivory and Regal Turq.
Bought this car from a gentleman I happened to run across back in October 2018. The car needed a complete floor pan replacement and of course when you get down that far you 'may as well' do it right. As such I am now in the middle of a full frame off, wil
My first cool car. There were/are others after this one, but none of them are as special.
1942 GMC on 1951 chevy 3100 chassis, 1961 235 engine
454 BBC with a 6-71 Blower. Old School. 4-Speed Transmission with Ford 9-inch with 355 Gears.
L31 5.7 Vortec engine, Holly Sniper EFI system, Hooker headers, Weiand Street Warrior Intake, Chevy Performance cam, Monster 700R4 trans, Moser 9" rear end with Strange Eng "axles and 392 Posi trac, B&M Mega shifter, 12" front disk bra
1936 Dodge D2 coupe. Frame off rebuild 20 years ago. Still love to drive it! 1956 Chevy 210 wagon. A work in progress.
The car was originally a Pinecrest Green, 6 cylinder, manual; but has been repainted in a two tone Black and Ivory. Its had the following upgrades or repairs: floors replaced, 350 sbc, 700R4, front disc brake conversion, rear springs replaced, drive sha
Original 283 block with powerpack heads, Holley street avenger, 098 cam, headers, and muncie 4 speed.
4 door sedan RHD 283 and three on the tree. (NZ new) bought $375 in 1975. owned 4 years. Fitted a 327 and Saginaw 4 speed and a fiberglass tilt front. as was the rage then. Painted with 1 imperial gallon of yellow enamel (lemon chrome) in 1978.
Under construction Vintage Air, 20" Detroit Steel Steelies, 3.73 rear end, 700r4 tranny, 383 stroker, roller rockers, Trick Flow heads, Hooker headers, ididit tilt steering column, power steering, disc brakes, all new suspension bushings, red with a
My first car! Still have it. 1955 Pontiac Laurentian (very similar to Chevy Belair) 4dr sedan. 265 power pack 4bbl, with solid lifter cam. Muncie M21 4spd. 3.70 stock rear end. Forum Post: [url]https://www.trifive.com/forums/showthread.php?t=179480[/ur
My 1957 Chevy 210, four door sedan. It's more or less stock (for now) with the only mods being a dual master cylinder and disc break conversion on the front. It has the stock original blue flame 235 (140hp, 210ft-lbs) and three on the tree. For those wh
When you own a Tri five, it's a good idea to let your wife know that she will always come second.
These are some progress pictures. I am also putting the Bel Air trim on.
1957 Chevy 283 short block date code B157 stamp 3 2FI8F I believe this is the same as a fuel injected Corvett engine....
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