This 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air is the icon with all the right upgrades. After all, it has the classic look you love with upgraded V8 power, a well-coordinated color package, and an A/C interior. So dig into the details of a very special classic.
The black and white two-tone is a period-correct combo that really knows how to attract attention. It's a timeless look that's aided by a more modern clearcoat application. Even the whitewall tires coordinate with this color combo! And the way the Bel Air line has that harpoon of color running the full profile is an exclusive touch for this year that no factory would ever dare try again. Speaking of exclusive to '56, the grille is a great piece. Larger than '55 and sleeker than '57, you can easily recognize this model from a long way away. Plus, with the trim, bumpers, wheel covers, and all the emblems complete, this is total package that is worth its weight in exclusive brightwork. The details like the hood ornament and taillights are a great finishing touch to remind us that this Chevy was at the dawn of the jet age.
Inside is an interior that coordinates with the exterior's two-tone. So this one has a great color combo inside and out. It has a '50s-style look, but you can see that this was upgraded later in life by the crispness in its appearance and the intricate pattern. And because this upgraded interior also has cold-blowing R134a air conditioning, it's the kind of car that family and friends will love to share. But really, it doesn't matter who's along for the ride, because this Bel Air has been built around the driver. That's why you have been upgraded with bucket seats, a sports steering wheel on a polished tilt column, auxiliary gauges, and a B&M floor shifter.
When you look under the hood, the black engine bay draws extra attention to the bright polished components. And this one earns its extra flair. The Tri-Five Chevys are a favorite because they helped launch the small block era, and this one celebrate that history while still giving you the upgraded experience. After all, the 350 cubic-inch unit is still a small block, but it's larger than anything the factory was offering in '56. Plus, you have a Demon four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer intake adding even more power over this displacement upgrade. The motor fires up nicely and makes a sweet sound out of the dual exhaust. Power steering, power brakes, and a three-speed automatic transmission mean that this upgraded classic is also easy to enjoy on the road.
This is the cool Tri-Five that delivers on the look, upgrades, and especially the price. That makes for an irresistible package you need to get your hands on before someone else does. Call now!