Description: Have a look at this gorgeous 1956 Chevrolet Bel-Air resto-mod. It gets its power from a 383 cubic inch V8 stroker engine that is fed by a 750 four barrel Holley carburetor that sits on top of a Edelbrock intake which produces 450 horsepower and is connected to a 700 R4 automatic transmission with a four linked Auburn rear end. Other features under the hood include MSD ignition, MSD coil, MSD distributor, Rewarder ceramic coated headers, electric fans, transmission cooler, and a high flow fuel pump by Summit Racing. The interior has been redone in custom Gray Leather low-backs up front and bench style in the rear. The dash features custom billet aluminum finished trim and gauge cluster housing which showcases a set of Auto-meter gauges. The aftermarket “Ididit” steering column holds the custom billet steering wheel very nicely and matches the overall style of the vehicle. Other interior features include Gray carpet, Gray headliner, aftermarket Kenwood CD player and speakers, B&M shifter, and has been entirely insulated with Dynamat throughout. The stunning exterior comes in a soft Yellow Paint that goes great with the exterior polished moldings, which some have been shaved off to give it that subtle custom look. This Bel-Air features CPP Performance disc brakes all the way around, tubular lower A arms, and an air-ride system by Vivar and Air Jack with the air tank mounted tidy in the trunk. This Chevy rolls on Boyd Coddington wheels that really set it apart from most Bel-Air’s on the road and looks great when laid all the way down. Don’t wait to purchase the Bel-Air of your dreams, give us a call today to schedule a test drive today!