This 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible was refurbished approximately 15 years ago under prior ownership, and it is finished in red and white with a white soft top over a custom beige interior. Power comes from a 350ci Vortec V8 paired with a four-speed automatic transmission, and additional modifications include American Eagle wheels, power-assisted steering and brakes, an Ididit steering column, a Holley carburetor, a Griffin radiator, and more.Polished American Eagle 17″ wheels are mounted with Federal tires. The suspension has been lowered using 2″ drop spindles in the front, and the car is equipped with front disc brakes and Mullins 605 power-assisted steering. Custom armrests, power windows, and color-matched seatbelts have been added along with a chrome Ididit steering column and an aftermarket stereo wired to speakers in the kick panels. The five-digit odometer shows approximately 10k miles, about 1k of which reportedly have been added by me. The 350ci Vortec V8 crate engine was rated at 330 horsepower when new and features a Holley carburetor, exhaust headers, a Griffin aluminum radiator, and polished accessories. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a four-speed automatic transmission.Clean title in hand. Offers are encouraged!
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