1956 Chevy Bel Air Beauville LS SWAPPED 9 passenger station wagon custom hot rod
Price: - Item location: Garysburg, North Carolina, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Bel Air/150/210
- SubModel: Beauville
- Type: Wagon
- Trim: Bel Air
- Year: 1956
- Mileage: 99999
- VIN: vc56l018315
- Engine size: 5.3 LS
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Vehicle Title: Clean Want to buy? Contact seller!
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 Bel Air1956 Chevrolet Bel-Air Beauville 9 passenger wagonClean and Clear North Carolina Title
5.3 Liter Chevy LS series fuel injected engine (LM7)
New injectors, intake gaskets, coils and wires, starter and starter bolts when installed.Holley conversion oil panLS conversion manifolds with new gaskets
New exhaust from manifold back with dual 2 chamber style mufflers and turn downs by the rear axle
New gas pedal and new throttle cable
4l60e Automatic overdrive transmission
Standalone wiring harness with factory ECM tuned by Lt1swap.comCustom driveshaft with new yolk and u-joints
Walbo electric in-line fuel pump with mount
New sending unit in tank, new aftermarket fuel gauge, all new fuel lines, AN fittings, filters, etc.
New radiator with new hoses, new cap, new electric fan and new transmission lines and fittings for
transmission.Gas tank is the original 9 passenger wagon tank as they are not reproduced. Was cleaned and reinstalled.
CPP power steering conversion box with new lines and AN fittings to work with factoy LS power steering pump.
New steering column and rag jointNew v8 side engine frame mounts, new motor mounts and new LS coversion adapter plates.New tubular transmission crossmember and transmission mount.
Aftermarket LS engine cover with pinstripe decal
New front power disk brake conversion with all new lines, rotors, calipers, master cylinder and booster.
New front to rear brake line with new hose and lines on the rearend along with new wheel cylinders and
New shocks on rear.
Chrome steel wheels with smoothie caps.
New Coker Classic wide whitewall tires were installed after LS conversion.
All upgrades were done in the last year and a half.
This car is pretty rare in the fact that it is a factory 9 passenger Beauville wagon. Also was a factory V8
,Belair trim car. It has the optional front bumper "grill guard" accessory. I have the folding hardware part of the 3rd row seat. It can be used as a pattern to restore. It has the trim on it. I do not have any of the cushion parts for the 3rd row.
The drivetrain on this car is ready to go. I would hop in it and drive it anywhere. Starts, runs, shifts, drives
flawlessly. The lights all work with all new wiring, new fuse block, new bulbs, new headlight switch, new dimmer switch, OBDii port, etc as do the wipers. The car has been licensed and driven since the conversion. I did not personally do the conversion on this one but it was done nicely and well thought out with quality parts. Previous owners wife drove the car daily after the conversion. Cruises like a dream.
The body would need attention if desired. The car was off the road for around 20 years before the swap was done. It
has an old paint job on it, it has rust and bondo.It was used in atleast one movie prior to being parked 20 years ago and then was used as a filler in the Hulu series "Reprisal" last year. It draws a ton of attention just as it is and could be driven anywhere.
For a proper restoration it would need rockers and floors and various sheet metal work all around. The door bottoms have rust, etc.
The rear tailgate and hatch work as they should. The front driver's door glass is cracked, all other glass is solid although they are showing their age a little.
Please feel free to ask any questions before bidding. I will answer them as best I can. You can check my feedback and see that I have sold a couple of cars on here over the years with happy buyers.
I will work with anyone buying and wanting to have the car shipped.
$500 deposit due within 24 hours of auction end via paypal. Remainder of total due within 7 days of auction end unless otherwise negotiated. I prefer cash at the time of pickup of car. Certified check or wire transfer ahead of time would also work. Any payment other than cash will have to clear the bank before the car and title are released.
I can be available to meet the buyer or shipping company for pick up just about any time during the week as long as full payment has cleared ahead of time. I am located just a couple of miles off of Interstate 95 and can meet at a local truck stop if needed.
Buyer is responsible for setting up and paying for any shipping.