1955 Chevrolet 150 Utility Sedan 427 CI Engine


Description


Correct 585 Black paint and 500 Black and Gray interior
Frame-off restoration
Multiple award winner
First at Detroit Autorama
Two-time first place winner at at World of Wheels
Top 25 at Pigeon Forge
Featured on the internet - The Block Business Coupe ZZ 427
Featured in the National Tri-5 Magazine
New ZZ 427 crate engine from GM
New aluminum radiator
Rebuilt Muncie 4-speed transmission
Rebuilt rear end, narrowed to 4 inches
New front and rear QA1 adjustable coilovers
New Wilwood front disc brakes
New Torque Thrust D wheels
New BF Goodrich Tires
New bumpers
Mini tubs
4-link rear suspension
New interior, glass, wiring and fuse box
New Rain Gear wipers
New custom 15 inch steering wheel
New stainless grille and fuel tank
Donning a frame-off restoration, this 150 Utility Sedan has won multiple awards, including First Place at the Detroit Autorama, two First Place Awards at World of Wheels and Top 25 at Pigeon Forge. It’s been featured on the internet as “The Block Business Coupe ZZ 427,” and was also presented in the National Tri-5 Magazine. To say it’s a showstopper is an understatement. Powered by a new ZZ 427 crate engine from GM and a rebuilt Muncie 4-speed transmission, the lightweight 150 packs a major punch. A new aluminum radiator keeps things cool, and a heavily revised chassis keeps things in control—the rear end has been rebuilt and narrowed to 4-inches and is surrounded by a 4-link rear suspension. New QA1 adjustable coilovers at the front and rear assist in the ride and handling, while new Wilwood front disc brakes look cool behind the new Torq Thrust D wheels and, along with the new BF Goodrich Tires, add confidence in stopping.
Initially known as the economy Chevrolet, the 150 emerged as the drag racer’s favorite thanks to its lightweight nature and stiff, posted body. Back in the heyday of drag racing, these cars weren’t very pretty; they were cut up and fed just enough safety equipment to pass regulation. As such, many were discarded and forever lost. This one makes no excuses with a comprehensive build and restoration, as well as a bevy of new components including Rain Gear wipers, glass, wiring, fuse box, custom 15-inch steering wheel, bumpers and a stainless grille and fuel tank. This 150 isn’t so entry level anymore.
1955 Chevrolet 150 Utility Sedan 427 CI Engine
$ 17,000.00
Correct 585 Black paint and 500 Black and Gray interior
Frame-off restoration
Multiple award winner
First at Detroit Autorama
Two-time first place winner at at World of Wheels
Top 25 at Pigeon Forge
Featured on the internet - The Block Business Coupe ZZ 427
Featured in the National Tri-5 Magazine
New ZZ 427 crate engine from GM
New aluminum radiator
Rebuilt Muncie 4-speed transmission
Rebuilt rear end, narrowed to 4 inches
New front and rear QA1 adjustable coilovers
New Wilwood front disc brakes
New Torque Thrust D wheels
New BF Goodrich Tires
New bumpers
Mini tubs
4-link rear suspension
New interior, glass, wiring and fuse box
New Rain Gear wipers
New custom 15 inch steering wheel
New stainless grille and fuel tank
Donning a frame-off restoration, this 150 Utility Sedan has won multiple awards, including First Place at the Detroit Autorama, two First Place Awards at World of Wheels and Top 25 at Pigeon Forge. It’s been featured on the internet as “The Block Business Coupe ZZ 427,” and was also presented in the National Tri-5 Magazine. To say it’s a showstopper is an understatement. Powered by a new ZZ 427 crate engine from GM and a rebuilt Muncie 4-speed transmission, the lightweight 150 packs a major punch. A new aluminum radiator keeps things cool, and a heavily revised chassis keeps things in control—the rear end has been rebuilt and narrowed to 4-inches and is surrounded by a 4-link rear suspension. New QA1 adjustable coilovers at the front and rear assist in the ride and handling, while new Wilwood front disc brakes look cool behind the new Torq Thrust D wheels and, along with the new BF Goodrich Tires, add confidence in stopping.
Initially known as the economy Chevrolet, the 150 emerged as the drag racer’s favorite thanks to its lightweight nature and stiff, posted body. Back in the heyday of drag racing, these cars weren’t very pretty; they were cut up and fed just enough safety equipment to pass regulation. As such, many were discarded and forever lost. This one makes no excuses with a comprehensive build and restoration, as well as a bevy of new components including Rain Gear wipers, glass, wiring, fuse box, custom 15-inch steering wheel, bumpers and a stainless grille and fuel tank. This 150 isn’t so entry level anymore.

Additional information

Make: Chevrolet
Model: 150
Type: Utility Sedan
Year: 1955
Doors: 2
Mileage: 16588
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Type: Gas
Interior Color: Black/gray
Exterior Color: Black
Vehicle Identification Number: A55K052078
United States, North Carolina, Charlotte
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