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"'55 Chev Belair"

1955
Belair
Chevrolet
461horsepower

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Vehicle Story:

This is a professional body off rotisserie restoration build. The undercarriage is completely detailed and painted to match the rest of the Chevy. It took over a year to complete. It has 2846 miles on a 502 CID big block fuel injection crate motor, with a tan leather interior, a 700R4 automatic transmission with a 3000-3500 stall converter, 12 bolt posi rear end with 3:73 gears. 17" Foose wheels, P/B, P/S, P/W, P/S, and vintage A/C. It has SSBC 4 wheel disc brake system, ceramic coated headers and exhaust system. I have owned the car for four years. The car was entered in car shows over 2016 and has won several awards. I love vintage custom cars but this one is special, my father had a 55, and he passed at a young age, so l wanted to dedicate this build in his memory. I would like to thank Randy's auto body, Midway Automotive and Uneek Upholstery for their exceptional work.

'55 Chev Belair

Chevrolet Belair
1955
461HP

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"'70 Challenger R/T"

1970
Challenger R/T Convertible
Dodge
335horsepower

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Engine: 383 Magnum, 335 Horsepower Transmission: 727 Automatic Rear End Gear: 3.55:1 Production Numbers: 1 of 544 383 Magnum, Automatic, Challenger R/T Convertibles built Colour: Hemi Orange with Black Top, Interior and Stripes Optional Equipment: Power Disc Brakes, Power Steering, Power Top, Power Windows, 3 Speaker Dash, AM-FM Radio, 6 Way Seat, Performance Axle Package, 15 x 7 Rally Wheels I bought the car in 1990 in North York. It had been sitting since 1980. The car was extremely rough; the victim of the elements and really bad body work. I spent a few years replacing the floor, trunk floor, inner fenders and rebuilt the engine. Then I spent a decade accumulating parts, many of them N.O.S, before sending the car to Keith Sim for metal work in 2002-3. That was followed by a stint at Legendary Motor Car in 2005 before finally sending the car to Ryan Shields for body and paint in 2006-8. After paint, it took four years to complete the assembly, then another year of fine tuning before reliably hitting the streets in 2013. Throughout the restoration, great effort was put into maintaining the car’s originality. Thanks to: My Wife Katherine, My Parents, Duncan Ackerman, Glen Desjardins, Nigel Mills, Glen Illingworth, Mauro Brocca Awards: Numerous awards, including the Cruise Nationals Silver Medal at the 2014 Toronto International Auto Show

'70 Challenger R/T

Dodge Challenger R/T...
1970
335HP
VS
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