614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This iconic 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air sedan has upgraded V8 power, an overdrive transmission, and a custom A/C interior. It all makes for the kind of two-tone classic that can cruise near or far in comfort.
The '55 Bel Air is one of the best icons of the open road, and so it's great to find an example made for driving. You'll see this theme everywhere on this car. For example, the two-tone paint is a very cool Ruby Red and Gold that looks ideal on a 1950s machine, and there's even an added metallic luster to really get attention at the stoplights. But the overall finish is not so fancy that you'll get nervous when other drivers/cars get up close for a better look. The brightwork is full and complete with wraparound chrome bumpers, intricate grille, and jet-inspired hood ornament. Plus, the Bel Air's full trim package provides a distinct dividing line for the two colors while also looking quite sporty. The same goes for the bow tie dual exhaust tips and polished American Racing alloy wheels.
The restoration on this car was complete in 2015, and so the interior has both a fresh and modern feel...without ever losing what you love about the Bel Air. For example, the carpeting has a classic look, but it feels plush and there's Dynomat insulation underneath. The upholstery is a professional upgrade that looks great and has tuck and roll inserts in the seats and doors. A sedan means a roomy set up with ample space for family and friends. So you can keep them all happy with features like an AM/FM stereo w/Bluetooth and cold-blowing air conditioning. And because this one was built to drive, you have the right upgraded driver's features. This includes a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, a tilt column, and a full Dakota Digital gauge package.
Under the hood is proper small block power. While the 1955 Chevy launched this new V8 era, it never had anything as large as this 350 cubic-inch unit available when new. It also has the right good cruising upgrades like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and an aluminum radiator. And the addition you'll like the best is the four-speed automatic transmission. It means you have overdrive for a true highway-ready classic. Add in power steering, power brakes, front discs, a rear sway bar, and modern tires, and you have a road-ready Tri-Five.
This is the one meant for those who want to really drive an icon. So if you want to go to far more places, and be memorable the whole way there, this is the one. Call today!!!
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