1956 Chevy 210 Post GM Big Block 502

1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Coupe Twin Turbo V8

Check out this sinister-looking 1956 Chevrolet street machine!! The complete frame-off build cost over $180k and has only 400 miles! It was a Hot Rod Magazine feature car, won Best Street Machine at the Great Labor Day Cruise and took First Place in the Street Machine Custom 1949-1964 Class at the 2012 Grand National Roadster Show, the latter of course the Granddaddy of custom car shows!

LS 5.3 Motor with Corvette Intake
STS Twin-Turbo Kit (t3) with STS Waste Gate, Can be tuned to 600-700 HP
4L60E Transmission
Ford 9” Posi-Traction Rear End with 2.75:1 Gears
Vintage Air Conditioning
4-Wheel Wilwood Disc Brake System
Flaming River Rack and Pinion Steering System
Polished Front Drive
Billet Fuel Rails
Holley Pumps
Polished Water Pump
Stainless Steel Headers
Custom Stainless Steel Exhaust
Ride Tech Air Ride System
Airpod 5gal Compressor System
4-Link Rear with Coilover Adjustable Shocks
Heidt’s Suspension
Billet Hood Hinges
Custom Aluminum Gas Tank

Gorgeous Triple Black Paint
Superb Sheet Metal
Excellent Fit and Finish
Painted Bumpers, Door Handles, Trim
Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid
Undercarriage is Highly Detailed
Frame and Floors are Solid and Clean
Lexani Custom Wheels
Pirelli PZERO Nero P305/30/ZR 22. 245/35/ZR 20

Custom Black Leather Diamond-Tufted Interior
Bucket Seats
Console with Shifter
Custom Gauges
Aftermarket Stereo
Racing Harness Seatbelts
Door Panels Upholstered to Match
Headliner Fits Tight Aross
Roll Bar
Beautifully Painted Dash
Trunk is Finished with Matching Carpet

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