1951 Chevrolet Bel Air Pro Street Beauty
Price: US $30,000.00 Item location: Inkom, Idaho, United States
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Bel Air
- Trim: Beauty
- Year: 1951
- Mileage: 2,500
- Color: Candy Butterscotch
- Engine size: Big Block
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Drive type: RWD
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1951 Chevrolet Bel Air1951 CHEVROLET PRO STREET BEAUTY - WOW!
THIS IS VERY POSSIBLY THE COOLEST, FASTEST, BEST BUILT, PRO STREET BEAUTY TO BE OFFERED FOR SALE IN A VERY LONG TIME!
From the top of the roof to the monster tires that keep it all on the ground, this one off professionally built machine is equally comfortable on the street, at a show, or on the strip, your choice.
Where to start is probably the question, so let's begin by saying that every inch of the vehicle has been built by professional builder, Dennis Davis. The one off 4 link Davis Racing frame was custom built by Dennis himself and is easily compared with any Art Morrison or other exceptional frame available.
Now let's talk about what is waiting for you under the hood. This big block beauty can run hard and fast or cruise with an attitude to your local drive- inn. This blue printed, dyno-tuned power plant is willing to do all that you ask. With 472 cubic inches generating 620 horsepower, all you need to do is buckle up in the five point harness, check the trans. brake, feel secure in the custom NHRA legal roll cage, look at the easily visible Autometer gauges, and get ready to roll down your favorite highway. A you monitor the shift points from the easily visible shift lights, wipe that smile off your face and pay attention. Yes, it can go very fast but this fun ride can also cruise the streets because it has excellent street manners and will provide you a sense of fun and fulfillment that you may have thought you would never feel again. Darn, this is one fun ride!
It's both a beauty and a performer. Look at the frenched antenna, the frenched exhausts or the custom bumpers and you'll feel a sense of pride in every inch. Perhaps it's the stance created by this bagged beauty or perhaps it's the old-school flames or the gorgeous candy butterscotch paint with gold pearl overlay that looks inches deep. Maybe it's the 18 inch wide tires at the rear that give it "the attitude". Perhaps it's a combination of everything, but whatever it is, this is one hell of a fine ride. Absolutely every attention to detail, quality, and perfection has been given to this ground up build.
With only 2,400 miles on this great machine, you will be only the second person to ever drive this vehicle and the first person that will take it to whatever limits you set. This special vehicle has never lost in its class at a show but it has, however, has turned heads every time it has left the garage, and this can now be yours.
EVERY PART, PIECE OF EQUIPMENT, NUT, BOLT, BELT OR OTHER COMPONENT ON THIS CAR IS BRAND NEW!
With over $90,000 invested the listed asking price of $30,000 represents a motivated seller that is reluctantly selling due to new circumstances in his future.
Now for some technical stuff: Chevy Big Block, 472/620, Barry Grant - Speed demon Carb, (double pumper), 4130 I-Beam rods, Steel crank, J&E pistons, COMP roller cam, Crane roller rockers, Canfield aluminum heads, Edelbrock Dominator intake manifold, MSD electronic ignition, Turbo 400 w/ trans brake, 4,000 stall converter (manual/auto), Art Morrison tubular suspension, Wilwood Racing disk brakes on all four wheels, Micky Thompson 29x18x15 tires @ rear, 24x5x15 tires @ front, power Mustang rack steering, Griffin cooling, 9" Ford rear end (narrowed), nodular 3rd member w/ 4:01 gears, Strange axles, Davis Racing headers, pillow-top flex seats, air ride, 22 gal. fuel cell, and much, much more.
Interested buyers are encouraged to arrange for personal inspection of this fine car or to have the car inspected by an independent professional inspector of the buyers choosing. Interested buyers are also welcome to call owner/builder, Dennis Davis at 208-232-7087 (8-5 pm MDST Monday - Friday) or 208-241-7252 on weekends.