Ground Up Built Bel Air Convertible Restomod LS7 V8 6-speed A/C Art Morrison ///
During an extensive rotisserie restoration that's rolled mere test miles, this Bel Air's shapely sheetmetal was meticulously worked into a tight profile that serves as a solid foundation for unbroken reflections. And those reflections are provided by a brilliant coat of red 2-stage that's been augmented with smoked glass, flashy “Fuel Injection” emblems, a custom top and a truckload of polished Bel Air trim. Twisting 501 rear-wheel horsepower into 478 lb./ft. of rear-wheel torque, the lightweight 427 rumbling between the car's sinuous fenders is a 21st century testament to the bowtie division's enduring small block! That quick-spinning mill sends power to a reliable Tremec 6-speed, which twists torque to a Ford 9-inch axle. That drivetrain rides a powder-coated Art Morrison chassis, which plants adjustable coil-over-shocks inside tubular control arms and a 4-link rear-clip. That hardware is led by power rack-and-pinion steering. Braking is provided by bright Wilwood calipers, which clamp four and six pistons around a quartet of drilled and slotted rotors. And torque meets the tarmac through custom Billet Specialties wheels and athletic Nitto Invos. Between the doors, custom bucket seats feature full power adjustment for both the driver and front passenger. A body-matched dash stretches polished billet trim around direct-fit audio, Vintage Air conditioning and clean Classic Instruments telemetry. A custom, full-length console centers a billet shifter in front of hidden switches for the car's power windows. And in front of the driver, a half-wrapped steering wheel laps a polished, tilting column. Wrapping great looks and exceptional power in top notch restoration, this Chevy is the perfect car for any enthusiast who wants some world class metal that'll turn heads for years to come! Call, click or visit https://www.RKMotors.com for more information.