The bodywork was repaired from scratch, including floors, baseboards, water drops and frames, covered underneath with protex epoxi, and the chassis was replaced by a custom made 4mm thick one.
The original engine was 190 cubic inches with 3rd box. (available) and splash lubrication, At the time also came out with the Blue Flame of 230 and 250, so we put a 250 cubic inches with a Cam Romero, Carburetor 44/44, Collino Filter, Polished Admission, Exhaust pipe 6 to 2, stainless steel silent system, electronic ignition MSD, oil pump and fixed drippers.
The transmission is composed by a manual Saginaw box of 4th, with selector to the floor, Clutch with reinforced diaphragm (1 and 1/2), Cardan balanced to measure, differential Eaton 3.70 and new bearings.
The Masses were changed to 6 bolts, and the front disc brakes with four pistons and the rear ones with a 13 "drum, with pump and servo. The tires are 16 "with 205/55 tires and anti-theft nuts.
In the interior, the front eterizo seat was changed for individual seats with sliding, as the most equipped version of the time, the 4 belts were placed and the upholstery pattern of the special version was respected, a collapsible column and a Carpo steering wheel with chrome center, as well as the handle of the lever similar to Hurst.
It has front xenon lights inside the original headlights, rear leds in addition to the original brake lights, and respectable sound system with high voltage wiring.
1951 Chevrolet Bel Air 2DR HT
..38,000 Original Miles
..Blue Flame 6 Cyl Engine
..3-Speed Manuel Trans
..Few Rust Issues undercarriage
1957 Chevrolet 2R HT
..Frame Off Restoration
..20 Miles on Restoration
..New Blue Paint
..Have Original Instrument Panel
..Have Original Speedometer
1958 Chevrolet Bel Air 2DR HT
..Original Color Red & White
..Paint Is New
..Original Tan Interior
..Stored last 20 Years
..Car Started Regularly
..Re-Built 283 V8 Engine