1954 Chevrolet Bel Air powered by GM Crate 350 V-8


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You can see the quality of workmanship - by the lack of needed repairs - on a car that's been built this long ago - and driven. The PPG paint is a 3-stage Orange/Green with Pearl White Top and interior accents. Her body lines are all correct, the paint is so flat - and the metal flake so well applied - that you know this wasn't an inexpensive job - there were many a man-hour invested in this project. You can't go this far w/o addressing the trim and bumpers - and they all look new! Because we're so close to SC - one might say those are Clemson colors - and you can see the similarity - either way - I'd say it looks right on this car!

The interior was done by Steve Holcomb Pro Auto who made a few tasteful-touches - with the addition of luxury power bucket seats, a chrome tilt column, Grant GT leather-wrapped wheel, the custom dash work to embody the a/c ports, along with the console with floor shift. You can tell this wasn't your basic leather applied in here - this was upgraded! The dash was kept original, with the addition of Omega Kustom Instruments gauges - and just looks so right! This beauty is powered by GM Crate 350 V-8 rated at 300-hp, with Edelbrock Performer EPS aluminum intake, Holley 4-BBl carb, mated to a new Turbo 350 automatic transmission, and 10-bolt rear end w/ 3:08 gears with consignor stated 3,200-miles since installed. This 1954 210 Coupe is loaded with extras like leather interior, power steering, power brakes, a/c, tilt column, AM/FM/CD stereo, Boss Motor Sports chrome 5-star wheels, with Nitto NT555 245/40ZR18, 285/40ZR18 radial tires.
1954 Chevrolet Bel Air powered by GM Crate 350 V-8
$ 16,500.00
Used
Sell
You can see the quality of workmanship - by the lack of needed repairs - on a car that's been built this long ago - and driven. The PPG paint is a 3-stage Orange/Green with Pearl White Top and interior accents. Her body lines are all correct, the paint is so flat - and the metal flake so well applied - that you know this wasn't an inexpensive job - there were many a man-hour invested in this project. You can't go this far w/o addressing the trim and bumpers - and they all look new! Because we're so close to SC - one might say those are Clemson colors - and you can see the similarity - either way - I'd say it looks right on this car!

The interior was done by Steve Holcomb Pro Auto who made a few tasteful-touches - with the addition of luxury power bucket seats, a chrome tilt column, Grant GT leather-wrapped wheel, the custom dash work to embody the a/c ports, along with the console with floor shift. You can tell this wasn't your basic leather applied in here - this was upgraded! The dash was kept original, with the addition of Omega Kustom Instruments gauges - and just looks so right! This beauty is powered by GM Crate 350 V-8 rated at 300-hp, with Edelbrock Performer EPS aluminum intake, Holley 4-BBl carb, mated to a new Turbo 350 automatic transmission, and 10-bolt rear end w/ 3:08 gears with consignor stated 3,200-miles since installed. This 1954 210 Coupe is loaded with extras like leather interior, power steering, power brakes, a/c, tilt column, AM/FM/CD stereo, Boss Motor Sports chrome 5-star wheels, with Nitto NT555 245/40ZR18, 285/40ZR18 radial tires.

Additional information

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Bel Air
Year: 1954
Doors: 2
Mileage: 3,169
Transmission: Automatic
Interior Color: Burnt Orange
Exterior Color: Orange
Vehicle Identification Number: C54L006997
United States, California, Los Angeles
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