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With its slick midnight presentation, powerful V8 package, and thoughtful features (including a custom A/C interior and overdrive transmission,) this 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air makes no compromises when it comes to performance and comfort.
This is a mean-looking Bel Air. The two-door post look reminds you a strong-bodied drag racer, and the black paint looks like it's truly intimidating. But also take a closer look at how the shine of this paint really shows off a solid investment, and it's luster also highlights the straightness of the body panels. And all this darkness is a great background for the classic brightwork. You really see the shine in the wraparound chrome bumpers, full-width grille, and all that delicate trim. Plus, those 15-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels really bring together this full shine and performance package.
Just like the exterior, the full black interior does a great job of making this looking intimidating. And at the same time, it also makes all the bright trim an even larger standout. This has a great custom look with textured high-back bucket seats with rear bench and door panels to match. This has all the right features for being a great classic to keep family and friends happy. This includes the upgraded sat nav system, AM/FM/cassette radio, full subwoofer stereo system, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. But really, this custom Bel Air is all about the driver. That's why the dual spoke steering wheel give you a clear view of the factory gauges. Plus, you have a full set of auxiliary readouts, and there's a B&M shifter boldly rising from the center console.
Under the hood, the 350 V8 does a great job of looking as mean as the rest of this Chevy. The bold orange block, ribbed Edelbrock valve covers, and matching air topper have the look of performance. And this is backed up with the right components, like the large Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer RPM heads, aluminum intake, and headers. While the dual exhaust makes a sweet rumble, there are also cutouts in case you really want to bring the thunder. Plus, front disc brakes and sway bars front & rear give you proper control. But more than just pure performance, this was built for great anytime driving. The 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit that handles big power, and it also has a smooth operation for overdrive cruising. Plus, the new radiator w/dual electric fans helps keep this running cool even if you're in traffic with the A/C pumping.
This the blacked-out Bel Air with fresh feeling and a terrific all-around appeal. So you know you want to get your hands on this classic right now. Call today!!!
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