1955 Chevrolet Bel Air, S/N VC55L058810, Two-tone beige and light green. Custom built by Fred Ingle of Fred’s Wiring and Custom in Ontario, CA in 2006. SEMA show car in 2006. Grand National Roadster Show in 2007. Motor Trend article October, 2007. GM Performance aluminum Ram Jet ZL1 454ci V8 mated to a 4L80E automatic transmission, Corvette independent suspension, carbon fiber rear axles, Baer brakes, Budnik wheels & steering wheel. Completely polished and painted chassis and ancillaries. Engine bay is a work of art, all custom shrouded. Full bespoke leather interior with Recaro seats, Auto-Meter gauges, A/C, power-steering and other details galore. Vent windows on front doors removed and late model Corvette door handles incorporated. Fuel filler, hidden in the driver’s side rear taillight, is remote electronically activated. Two-tone paint, both Nissan derived colors, showcase the ’55 curves and sheetmetal wonderfully. Far too many details and custom fabrication touches to mention and that the car drives as good as it looks it the cherry on top.
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