Chevrolet  '55 Bel Air Pro Street


Model Bel Air, 2-door Sedan Exhaust Headers, 2" custom made Stainless
Engine GM Performance  502  Wheels Torque Thrust II, (6*15/10*15)
Induction Holley 850 Tires BFG TA's (285/70/15)
Transmission TH400, B&M Interior New Custom Made
Steering Power, Delphi 600 Stereo Couldn't hear it
Brakes Power with Hydratech booster, Front Disc/Rear Drum Paint Homebrew
Rear End GM 12 bolt, Narrowed, 3,73:1,  Others 3" dropped spindles, custom made
Mark Williams, Moroso Diff, Tubbed, Stainless Fuel Tank / Mallory-140,
Relocated leaf springs MSD Ignition (Distributor,
6A box, Timing Computer)



Some things have been changed since the old photos on the first page:
I have added some Autometer instruments. Placed in the glove compartment, of course, so they don't interfere with the beautiful original interior design
The Moroso Valve covers have been changed to the original GM Performance 502 and some MSD 8,5mm cables have been installed. I'm not even close to finished with this part of the car...
A new Delphi 600 steering box and a Hydraboost servo for the brakes has been installed.
A great driving improvement  
...And as a request from Michael, down under in Aussie land, a picture of the boot.



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