614 E. Auto Center Dr.
A terrific full red package, full custom interior, upgraded V8 power, four-wheel disc brakes, six-speed, and plenty of Corvette upgrades.. Oh yes, 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Restomod is an awesome total package.
This one really loves to tell people it's something special from every angle. It all starts with the paint. Red is always a bold choice, but this one has an added metallic element for extra radiance in the sunlight. The iconic front end continues to have a big shine on the bumper/grille combo you know so well. But now there's extra attitude from the addition of features like HID headlights and metal bullet-nose metal caps on the Dagmars. Plus, the rear's clean and classic look is updated with LED taillights. And the profile absolutely gives the proper restomod looks. After all, the iconic fan-style tailfin trim has been given custom red accenting. Plus, the 17-inch Corvette alloys give this a modern stance and hint at the inspiration for other upgrades.
One look inside, and you can instantly tell this is a restomod that will leave you wanting for nothing. The bucket seats up front have a Recaro-style setup for terrific bolstering. They are covered in supple leather and even have a cool silver Chevrolet insert in the seatbacks. This coordinates with the rear seats and custom door panels to deliver an award-worthy and comfortable total package. And speaking of comfort, you have great upgrade like a cup holder center console, provisions for R134a air conditioning, and a AM/FM/CD receiver with full subwoofer stereo system (check out the amplifier's custom enclosure in the trunk.) The red and chrome steering wheel is on a tilt column, so you get an excellent view of the sleek dash and full Dakota Digital gauge upgrade. All of this gets you ready for what's under the hood.
The engine bay instantly conveys both custom and powerful. This has a terrific look with the March Performance billet air topper, bright valve covers, polished master cylinder, and upgraded pulleys and brackets. Plus, there are red LED lights to showcase it all. You even have the right supporting components like the MSD ignition, steel braided lines, and aluminum radiator. The 350 cubic-inch V8 is built for power with upgrades like the four-barrel carburetor, hi-rise intake, and headers feeding the sweet-sounding dual exhaust. You get to take full advantage of this enhanced power and its soundtrack thanks to the Tremec six-speed manual transmission. Plus, you'll see more Corvette-inspired details underneath the car when you spot the C4-style independent front suspension and four-wheel power disc brakes. Add in power steering and grippy Goodyear Eagle F1 tires, and this Bel Air delivers both power and poise.
This is a true custom creation done just the way you want it. So if you hurry, you can skip the build and go right to the fun of driving. Call today!!!
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