Featuring an impressive roster of components, a custom 2-tone interior and a massaged Chevrolet small block, this spectacular Bel Air was built to provide a lifetime of memories! Taken off its native North Carolina roads sometime in the mid-1980s, this slick Chevy spent the next 20 years passing through the hands of hopeful restorers who just couldn't get the project funded. Circa 2007, the car met its current owner: an enthusiast who runs his own shop. And in 2014, it rolled out of a body-off, rotisserie restoration that mixed classic MoTown aesthetics with modern mechanical prowess. Check this Chevrolet's Satin Black engine bay and you'll find 350 cubic inches of hot small block that mixes great sounds with clean aesthetics. That trusty 350 powers a strengthened 700R4 4-speed that's finished with high performance servos. Behind that proven transmission, a 9-inch Ford axle spins a posi-traction differential around stout, 3.25 gears. That drivetrain rides a factory suspension, which is led by CPP quick-ratio power steering. Power-assisted stops are provided by GM calipers, which clamp a combination of vented, drilled and slotted rotors. And power meets the pavement through U.S Mags Ramblers, which spin 225/55R17 Falken Ziex in front of 245/45R20 Falken Ziex. Not to be outdone by the car's striking paint, this Bel Air's custom interior is a soothing study in shades of blue. At the front of the cockpit, an ornate dash frames factory telemetry above Vintage Air conditioning, Custom Autosound audio and Auto Meter Sport-Comp accessory gauges. That dash reflects a duo of plush bench seats. And the driver traces the road through a familiar Corvette steering wheel, which laps modern Cruise Control. If you're looking for a fully-sorted classic that's comfortable, fulfilling and aesthetically exhilarating, this polished tri-five is your hot ticket! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.