1955 two-door Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop Vin# C55KO8522 that was one man's legacy AND CAN NOW BE YOURS, This is a must see!!!!!
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Pristine 1955 2 door Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop Vin# C55KO8522 will auction at 3:30 sharp.
There is a reserve of 59,500 dollars on this vehicle as well as a 3% buyers premium that must be paid.
1955 Chevrolet project car with parts will auction at directly after.
1975 Colt Peacemaker will auction directly after both vehicles.
There is a 6% buyers premium on all items other than the Pristine condition 55 and that buyers premium is listed.
At least 10% plus buyers premium needs to be Paid down on the 1955 Chevrolet that is in pristine condition day of the auction and this is non-refundable.
This a rotisserie build and has been taken apart bolt by bolt and rebuilt. With a 99 out of 100 given to this car by The Good Guys car club, there is no doubt that this car is special and worth every Penny. This build took place between July 2002 and February 2007. Hot Rod Express was the go-to guys for the engine bay and interior and Mark Webster did some very amazing body and paintwork. This 1955 Chevrolet was last shown in Iowa at a Good Guys car club show. This Chevrolet comes with over $80,000 in receipts and awards.
1955 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop pristine condition, beautiful professionally built classic, "Tri-5" Bel Air, American Speed 383 cubic inch V8 engine, 6-speed manual, All Detailed with chrome or polished parts, High raised manifold 4 barrel carburetor, Ceramic coated headers, Vintage heat, and air conditioning, Jim Myer independent front suspension with power rack and pinion steering. This a rotisserie build and has been taken apart bolt by bolt and rebuilt. With a 99 out of 100 given to this car by The Good Guys car club, there is no doubt that this car is special and worth every Penny. This build took place between July 2002 and February 2007. Hot Rod Express was the go-to guys for the engine bay and interior and Mark Webster did some very amazing body and paintwork. This 1955 Chevrolet was last shown in Iowa at a Good Guys car club show.
Appraiser Gary C Sparks
Appraiser Comments: Overall, I feel this is a beautiful example of the " Classic 55 chevy". This car has been totally restored and the underside was very clean and solid. The gypsy red paint is in excellent condition. The smooth chrome bumpers and brightwork are in excellent condition as well as the glass. The engine bay was nicely detailed and show quality. This car has " Jim Myer Front suspension with power rack and pinion steering, Tubular A-arms and Sway bar, Wilwood 4 wheel slotted; Drilled power disked brakes. The car rides on Nitto 16 inch radial tires and American Racing mag wheels. This Car has a Richmond 6 speed manual transmission and a FORD 9 inch rear end with air shocks, rear sway bar, and 18-gallon stainless steel gas tank.
Inside there is aircraft leather in fine condition. The gauges are from Classic Instruments as well as the clock. Tilt steering column and a custom 15-inch original look steering wheel and billit door handles, 10 disc stereo system and vintage heat and air conditioning, This car has numerous "best of show" awards, First place awards, Top 10 Awards, Top 15 awards, Top 20 awards, and this car has received Honors in all shows entered in. This car is a beautifully restored with no expense on the build and it shows.
Documentation: Owner has all receipts and documentation of this Build.
1955 Chevrolet project car has many great parts that go with this car. This is a perfect build car, as is a nice rolling chassis.