Professionally built without any regard for expense, this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible it is chock full of marvelous craftsmanship. As a no-compromises showpiece, which combines everything great about classic Chevy design with modern technology thats more akin to a new Corvette, its complete frame-off restoration began with a 100% rust-free body. Once that bodys panels exhibited a rock solid factory appearance, and displayed precise fit and finish which rivaled the best modern cars on the market, their seams were filled with lead and their surfaces were bathed in a killer combination of Porsche Red paint and thick, glossy clear. Straight from GM, this cars fully-sorted LS1 V8 combines a sturdy aluminum block with lightweight aluminum heads, coil-near-plug ignition and aluminum flat top pistons to create razor sharp throttle response and lightning quick acceleration. Behind that engine, a new 4L60E 4-speed spins torque through a new driveshaft and a fully rebuilt rear end. Modern car turning characteristics are provided by Concept One power steering. Short, confident stops come courtesy of power four wheel disc brakes. And at the center of the floor, a 2.5 inch mandrel bent exhaust system sends spent gases through deep sounding Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers to spotless Borla exhaust tips. And putting the power to the pavement is a sweet set of 17 inch Foose Nitrous wheels which wear sticky 245/45 front and 255/45 rear General Exclaim Ultra High Performance radials. Hit the button for the cars remote keyless entry and youll find a gorgeous Saddle leather interior that has been stitched from front to back without any regard for busting the budget on time or cost. With merely shakedown miles since it was completed, this Bel Air is exactly the kind of car that ends up taking home big awards at big shows.
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