Laguna Classic Cars Automotive Art
2171 Laguna Canyon Rd
Laguna Beach, CA
Laguna Beach, CA
This build was the culmination of a lifetime of building cars for its Southern California owner and it oozes attention to detail. The build was completed just 1965 miles ago and features the following components:
-fresh 383 CID Chevrolet powder coated headers,
-serpentine belt drive accessories,
-custom radiator with dual electric cooling fans,
- 2" drop spindles, four wheel power disc brakes,
-700R4 automatic four speed overdrive transmission,
-Curry posi-traction rear gear
-dual Flowmaster side exhaust,
-hidden battery disconnect,
-exterior jumper posts,
-"popper remote door locks, shaved door handles,
-bucket seats with lap and shoulder belts
-6 way power seat
-tilt steering wheel,
The build quality is visible when you look under the dash and see neat wiring, detailed engine compartment, spotless door sills and door hinge areas. The paint is very high quality with subtle ghost flames lurking just under the top color. The chrome is excellent show quality, the stainless steel trim work is also flawless and perfectly aligned. The Bel Air drives as well as she looks, smooth, powerful and comfortable with no fuss. The driving dynamics of this car really confirms that the restoration was thorough and complete. The engine and drive line operate flawlessly, the steering and brakes operate like a brand new car with no shimmy, wobble or wander. Steering and braking are straight and drama free. You could drive this car to the store or across the country with complete confidence. This car is consigned by a motivated seller , is exempt from California smog requirements, comes with a clean and clear California title.
Low rate financing is available with rates as low as 3.5% APR with approved credit. You can apply directly on our website (www.lagunaclassiccars.com) by clicking on the "Financing" tab.
We can also arrange delivery to almost anywhere.
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