The 1955 Bel Air is a Chevy Tri-Five with a lot of heritage behind it, this Bel Air takes it a step further!
The concept of a restomod hangs in the minds and ears of every enthusiast who dares to dream. These dreams, however, are usually stuffed away in the far back regions of our minds along with the projects that we’ll probably never get around to finishing. This is why many opt to buy a restomod rather than build it, an extraordinary example of such a car is this majestic white stallion of a 1955 Chevy Bel Air.
These cars on their own are already famous for their styling as well as their status as one of the most coveted cars to have ever been blessed with the title of classic. One thing that is particularly intriguing about this car is the fact that while others may have gone for an murdered out body, the designers of this creation went for an all-white concept.
The days of full black body paint and midnight wheels are done and with the fall of this comes a new more energetic era. This car isn't only about the looks however, it also comes equipped with a powerful 350 cubic-inch V8 with throttle body electronic fuel injection systems. That purring V8 ensures that this beauty can keep up with the big boys of today's new domestic scene. The car also has all of the simple commodities that we all take for granted sometimes such as power steering, power brakes, custom leather interior, and the one thing we all wish we had in our classics, air conditioning.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a better example of old meets new than this rambunctious ride especially if you're a sucker for the classics. It is always interesting to see something take a car that isn't commonly modified, and turn it into something unique and extraordinary. This car is a testament to that.