1955 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210
1955 Chevrolet Bel Air/150 Tribute to the movie American Graffiti. Engine is a de-stroked 427ci on a 454 block. Four bolt main w/ARP studs, Eagle main bearing caps, Speed Pro forged pistons 10.2 to 1 compression, Pro Comp aluminum heads 2.250 intake 1.088 exhaust, Manley valves, Comp springs and retainers ARP head bolts, Comp Cams 288 roller cam and lifters, Comp Cams timing chain, Comp Cams steel roller rockers, GM steel crank, Eagle I beam rods, Manley hi volume oil pump, 7 quart oil pan, MSD ignition, 850 quick fuel carburetor. Fender well headers Jet Hot coated inside and out w/ Dynomax mufflers. 9″ Ford rear axle w/ ladder bars and sliders w/ 410 gears and posi- traction. Stock front suspension with heavy duty coil springs w/ 1-2″ lift. Disc brakes w/ duel master cylinder. Trans is a Richmond Gear 5 speed w/ Hurst shifter. Blow proof bell housing w/ 11″ clutch and pressure plate. Drive shaft loop. Gauges all work. Fiberglass front tilt full front end. Nicely done quarter wheel w radius. Rain Gear wiper system. Fuel tank in original location. Carpeted trunk with battery mounted in trunk. 12″ x12″ floor patch on drivers side and passenger side, otherwise no rust or filler. If I remember correctly this is a California car. I picked it up in Mississippi in 2007 where it was a nicely done “Two Lane Blacktop” tribute car and drove it like that for a few years until the transformation began into American Graffiti which was complete in 2014.
- 18,955 mi