1954 Chevrolet Bel Air Custom
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Latham, New York, United States
Features and Specifications
|Interior color:||Hounds tooth|
|Drive side:||Left-hand drive|
1954 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 Custom. . . . This stunning 1954 Bel-Air was sponsored by the PPG Paint Company and and invited to participate in the 2015 SEMA Battle of the Builders competition. Very few cars receive this honor.
This is a 5 Year build that debuted at SEMA in 2015 in Las Vegas. This vehicle was a feature car there and also competed at The Battle of the Builders with some of the best in the business.; Foose, Kindig, etc. The car has been completely restored top to bottom. Every single component on the car is either restored, rebuilt, or is new.
The body is chopped, has a peaked hood, dual French antennas and has extended tail light housings. The car is painted in top of the line PPG and is finished in Nighthawk Black Pearl. Underneath the car has been replaced with new floors/floor braces and has been coated in Upol Raptor. The driveshaft tunnel and wheel wells are hand made to allow the car to lay frame. All of the chrome has been redone and features a smoothie front bumper and 55 smoothie rear bumper with 49 Chevy trim. All of the glass and weather stripping on the car is brand new.
The interior is also completely refurbished in black/crean/houndstooth with new foam. Inside the glovebox is an 8" screen for the rear view camera. The car has a Vintage Air heating and air conditioning system. The instrument cluster is a Dakota Digital VHX. The floors are dynamat and dynapad covered to keep out the heat and noise. The chassis is completely sandblasted and features a fat man fabrications IFS with power rack and pinion and power disc brakes. The rear end is a second generation Camaro 10 bolt with a 3.70 gear and a limited slip. The rear suspension is Art Morrison triangulated 4 link. ThHe air ride is accuair elevel with touchpad controls and dual viair compressors. The 15" wheels have been powder coated and are wrapped with BFG Gooddrich whitewall radials.
The engine is an aluminum LS9 that features a Brian Tooley cam, an upgraded valvetrain and makes around 450hp at the rear tires. The intake is a FAST LSXRT 102mm with fuel rails, and an LS6 drive by wire throttle body. Headers are Kooks 1 7/8 in stainless steel tube. The exhaust is a mandrel bent stainless v band 2.5" with Borla mufflers. The car has been completely rewired with an American autowire highway 22 harness. The engine and transmission are all ECU controlled and have been dyno tuned. The car has almost 1400 miles since completed, and has always been stored in a climate controlled garage. The advertised price is less than half of the build cost.