Finishing up the 1955 Chevrolet Bel-Air

We are getting close to closing the project, and it is time for another update. SInce the last update, we completed painting and powder coating all the trim and miscellaneous pieces. We finished installing the Wilwood front brake kit and adjusted the ride height for the massive 20″ steel wheels. Our team installed all the new glass, seals and interior which really made the car start to look complete. To install the transmission cooler and the A/C condenser, we had to get creative, fabricating and powder coating custom brackets in-house to mount them where we needed. The team is exited to test drive and send this car for final quality check. This 1955 Chevrolet Bel-Air will be available for sale as soon as we are finished. Make sure to follow us on Facebook and check out our other projects.

2 Comments

  • Adolfo A. Trevino says:

    I CAN’T WAIT FOR THAT 55 TO BE READY AND ANXIOUS FOR THE ASKING PRICE. I CAN KICK MY BUTT 100 TIMES FOR LETTING THAT 1929 RED FORD ROADSTER GO. I DREAMED ABOUT IT IN MY GARAGE EVERY NIGHT THEN I’D WAKE UP AND IT’S PENDING THE SALE. SHIT. THAT’S WHY I LOOK AT YOUR INVENTORY ALMOST DAILY AND KEEP CHECKING FOR SOMEHTING I CAN AFFORD AND GO FOR IT.

  • Hey Adolfo! We appreciate you keeping up with our inventory! We are very excited to bring this car to market, we are putting the finishing touches on it and will have a list price very soon. Thank you.