1955 Chevy Belair 2 door sedan, Blown 383 small block, Pro Street/Street

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Bel Air/150/210
Type: Sedan
Trim: Belair
Year: 1955
Mileage: 7565
Color: 1995 GM Teal Green/Silver
Engine: Blown 383 Chevy small block
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Feasterville-Trevose, Pennsylvania, United States
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Description of 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 Belair

1955 Chevrolet Belair 2 door sedan. Car was finished being built in 1995 from a chassis and shell purchased in 1993. Since built it currently has 7565 miles on the car. I have only put 1000 miles on it since the blower and heads were checked and serviced in 2005. Bottom end was also checked out. This 55 has no junk parts. The motor is a 383 small block that was purchased new from Summit racing. Block was squared, bored +.030 over, decked to 0.00 clearance, aligned to crank shaft and cam center line. It has splayed 4 bolt caps. Cola/Summit forged crank shaft, "H" beam Summit Proline full floating rods, JE 7:00-1 reversed dished forged pistons (2 spares included with purchase). Iskenderian .525 int./.531exh. solid roller cam with roller lifters and Pete Jackson (NOISY) gear drive. The heads are Dart II/ Summit Racing with 72cc chambers 2.050 int./1.600 exh. valves. The blower is a BDS 671 with twin Holley 650 cfm double pumpers 4150's with milled off choke horn all purchased from BDS.Headman fender well headers with 1 7/8" primary and 3 1/2" collectors with 3" tubing to the BORLA XR-1 Racing mufflers.This is 6% over driven witch makes approximately 700+ horse power (never on a dyno). There is 6% under drive pulleys that will come with the car. The car did low 12 second passes at 6% under driven with M/T Sportsman 15" wide street tires. The car has made a few passes in high 10 second range with the 6% over and the current M/T Sportsman Pro tires (softer compound). The TCI 400 Turbo was purchased new also. This is a racing trans with transbrake and manual reverse valve body. The converter is a 10" 3500 RPM Stall with anti-balloning plates. The drive shaft is from Denny's Drive Shaft with extra large yokes. The rear end is a 12 bolt with all new clutches and gears with Richmond 410 gearing. The axles are 30 spline Strange Axles. The car has a Jim Meyer Racing front suspension with chrome tubular upper and lower control arms, coil over shocks, 11" disc brakes and power steering and a large sway bar with urethane bushings. The rear suspension has the Pro Street ladder bar kit (urethane bushed) and panhard bar with KONI coil overs from Chris Alston's Chassis Works. I have over 2 pages of parts that could be listed but if serious on bidding or purchasing this car I can send them to you. I have all of the receipts, information, spec sheets, documentation from 1995 and pictures taken while it was being built. The car runs cool at 185 deg. all summer long and doesn't over heat. There is no heater or wipers on this car. It wasn't built to drive in winter (but has been) or in the rain. Here is a few more things:
Crane Cams GOLD Roller Rockers @ 1.5 ratioCrane Cams stud girdles and push rodsCSI mini starterMelling high volume oil pumpMilidon 7 Qt. low profile oil panMSD Billet DistributorMSD 6 BTM IgnitionMSD Baster HVC coilTaylor "409" plug wiresEdelbrock polished water pumpBeCool large radiator with daul SPAL fansHurst Q stick shifterMallory 140 gph fuel pumps (2) and 140 filters (4) - 2 in front/2 in rearWeld Racing Rodlite wheels with 3 point centers 3.5" x 15" front - 12" x 15" rearM/T Sportsman 8 ply 7.5" x 15" frontM/T Sportsman PRO 29" x 15" x 15" rearAll steel braided lines - fuel, trans, oil20 gallon fuel cell with foam and senderAutoMetergaugesThere is also extra parts that come with this car - fiberglass rear bumper, gauges, Jr. dragster seats mounted to a frame in case you have younger kids with 5 pt. harnesses, blower pulley's, 2 complete Holley jet kits and misc carburator parts, and more.....