1956 Chevrolet Other 5-Speed
This 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air was refurbished and modified in 2011 during prior ownership and was reportedly acquired by the current owner in 2012. The car was repainted in two-tone green with airbrushed graphics over a custom green leather interior with an Alpine touchscreen head unit, Dakota Digital climate control, and power windows. Power is provided by a GM Performance 502ci V8 linked to a Tremec five-speed manual transmission, and additional equipment includes a Magnaflow dual exhaust system, an aluminum radiator, a stainless-steel fuel tank, 18″ and 20″ Boyd Coddington wheels, Heidt suspension components with coilovers, power steering, and power-assisted brakes with cross-drilled and slotted front and inboard-mounted rear rotors.
The replacement GM Performance Parts 502ci V8 is equipped with a Magnaflow dual exhaust system, an aluminum radiator, chrome air intake tubing, and a body-color finned air cleaner and valve covers. The engine bay and the underside of the hood are adorned with pinstriping, an air-brushed Betty Boop-themed mural, and a Von Dutch-style “flying eyeball” graphic.
All Scheduled Maintenance.
Very clean interior.