Ground-Up Pro-Built Bel Air Hardtop Restomod LS3 V8 Auto Custom Interior A/C ///
Sealed in a superb coat of GM Some Like It Hot 2-stage, this slick Bel Air is the beneficiary of a professional rotisserie restoration that cost its owner one year and roughly $220K. Pop the car's stylish hood and you'll find a hot Chevrolet Performance LS3 that was sourced directly from Pace Performance. One of the most well rounded crate engines Chevrolet offers, the LS376/480 utilizes aluminum construction, L92-style heads and a racing-inspired Hot Cam to churn stout 10.7 to 1 compression into 480 horsepower and 475 lb./ft. of torque. Behind the engine, a fresh 4L60E 4-speed spins a proven Ford 9-inch that's equipped with a posi-traction differential and 3.73 gears. Turns come courtesy of power rack-and-pinion steering. Speed gets scrubbed by hydraboosted CPP calipers, which cinch drilled and slotted rotors. Some Like It Hot floors hover on a blasted and smoothed frame, which rides a heavily upgraded suspension. And all that hardware rolls on sweet Raceline wheels, which spin 225/45R18 Mickey Thompson Street Comps in front of 275/35R20 Mickey Thompson Street Comps. Between the doors, Chuck Hanna of Mooresville, North Carolina's Hot Rod Interiors installed $12,933 of custom leather. Front and center, a quartet of French-stitched buckets feature throwback cloth stripes. In front of those seats, a smoothed dash wraps blackened billet around Dakota Digital VHX telemetry. At the base of that dash, a custom, full-length console centers Vintage Air climate control between chrome power window switches and a Bluetooth-capable Planet Audio head unit. And the driver spins a half-wrapped Billet Specialties steering wheel around a tilting column and billet foot pedals. If you're dreaming of the perfect blend of lavish '50s style and modern, reliable performance, you've found the ultimate classic! Call, click or visit https://www.RKMotors.com for more information on this awesome Bel Air.