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This 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air has the slick and custom appearance to announce it's an updated and upgraded restomod. And with the sharp-looking A/C interior, overdrive transmission, four-wheel discs brakes, and a great 350+ hp LS1 V8 upgrade, it proves this is a terrific all-around driver's classic.
This generation Bel Air has some of the crispest body lines around, and so they always make us take notice. That's why there has been such a solid investment in one. For example, the consignor states that there was $10k spent on a recent professional respray. And the way this radiates in the sunlight backs up that solid investment feeling. Wraparound chrome bumpers, the wide grille, and full-length trim all have that look you love. And you'll even see the quality in the details, like the clean/clear lights, fresh-feeling weather-stripping, and the way the doors close with confidence. But there's more here than just a great classic. Everything from the fuel injection badging to the 17-inch Foose wheels (with extra meaty rear rubber) hint at the beast within.
The interior gets the vintage feeling right. The seats have a terrific factory look with the classic pattern inserts. You even have the detailed tri-tone trim on both the seats and door panels. It's all part of an investment in a full Ecklers package that gives you the classic look but a far fresher feel. There's plenty of room for family and friends in this large coupe, and there are features like an AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input and cold-blowing air conditioning to keep everyone happy. But you'll always have the best seat in the car. You get the classic features like the thin/grippy factory steering wheel and a speedometer as long as the horizon. But there are also the right well-placed upgrades. There's a moveable cup holder center console for added comfort, and the full SunPro auxiliary gauge package gives you a full picture of what's going on under the hood.
The engine bay looks terrific with the smooth black inner fenders and firewall. It funnels your attention to the unmistakable bold red covers and the upgrade in the middle. This is a 5.7-liter fuel-injected LS1 V8. It has been given headers and a new tune, and so the consignor states this is now making 350+ horsepower. It also is supported by the right pieces - everything from an upgraded wiring harness to a Champion aluminum radiator w/electric fan. This is the kind of total package that's great for power driving as well as comfortable cruising. That's why you also have a 460LE four-speed automatic transmission that's stout enough to handle the performance and smooth enough for overdrive cruising. Plus, there's power steering, grippy modern tires, and four-wheel power disc brakes for a great all-around driving experience.
This Bel Air has a sleek style, awesome stance, and all the right upgrades to enjoy it near or far. That makes for a terrific cruiser that you know you need to take home. Call today!!!
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