Now keep in mind my engine bay is no where near as clean as MikeKY55's is but another example of relocating some things that are usually found under the hood of a stock "55" (i.e. battery, windshield wiper assy, etc). In my case it was to make room for more horsepower
As I'm sure most everyone knows, the yellow '57 210 sedan in the movie was Popular Hot Hodding magazine's Project X. That car was their feature test mule for virtually every modification/upgrade conceivable for decades, starting in the sixties. Back in the day it was well known and cloned. I really liked the look of the car, because it was realistic. Most every configuration was acheivable to the common enthusiast. Great car! It is still around, sporting a 502 rat.
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