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Updated on May 06, 2012
FOR SALE $20,000
1956 Chevy Belair two door hardtop. The first day I had the car: 2007
The first order of business was the Breaks and to lower the nose 3". I added Power Disk breaks and replaced the Drum breaks in the back.
Now she looked like this after lowering the nose.
Now lets add some new Tires and Wheels.
In April of 07 at Kool April Nites (A local car show) my rear ends spider gears gave out. Now it is time to to a complete Resto. Me loving the new rear end with 3.55 gears. Much better than the 2.8's it had.
Engine Compartment Before and After
The engine was not replaced with a crate motor. This 350sb ran just fine so I didn't see the reason to replace it. I cleaned it up, painted it the stock Chevy Orange, took the top end off to make sure all looked good. I replaced the intake with an edelbrock and I added a 4 barrel edelbrock carb. I also added a cool looking fan and replaced the alternator. She peers like a nice running cruser.
Now lets throw some color on this babe...
And the detailed dash is a must..
Aug 2010.... Car is for sale $20,000.......... Here are some of the most resent photos of her.
These pics below are much more recent form 2010 to present.
There are a few more things that still need to be done.
1. Replace the exhaust. I have the mufflers
2. Carpet the trunk
3. Have the seats reapolstered
There is also a oil leak that is coming from the oil pan. I thought it was the rear main so I replaced it but it didn't help.
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good job looks great
good resto five stars
sweet sweet ride very nice do you still have her thxs
shes a real beauty
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