Drive Type: NONE
Model: Bel Air/150/210
THIS IS A 53 CHEVY BELAIR 2 DOOR HAS A 10 BOLT REAR END WITH 410 GEARS IM TOLD IT WAS OUT OF A CAMARO.NO ENGINE OR TRANS.IS JUST A ROLLIN CHASSIS WITH A CLEAN AND CLEAR TITLE.FLOORS NEED REPLACED IN FRONT BUT REARS ARE GOOD.TRUNK PAN IS PRETTY GOOD.DOOR BOTTOMS ARE GOOD.HAS HAD SOME BODY WORK DONE IN THE PAST IS STARTING TO BUBBLE UP ON REAR QUARTERS.HAD A V8 IN IT AND ALSO A 4 SPEED.IT DOES HAVE A WILDWOODHYDROLIC CLUTCH PEDAL IN IT.NOT INSTALLED VERY WELL.I BOUGHT THIS CAR TO TURN INTO A GASSER BUT HAVE TOO MANY PROJECTS.I LOVE THE CAR AND HATE TO LET IT GO BUT DONT HAVE A CHOICE.WHAT YOU SEE IS ALL I HAVE.ONLY SELLS TO LOWER 48 STATES AND IT IS PICK UP ONLY BUYER RESPONSIBLE FOR PICKING IT UP AND MAKING THE ARRANGEMENTS.I WOULD ALSO LIKE IT TO BE GONE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.THANKS FOR LOOKING AND IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS JUST ASK.ALSO HAS TRACTION BARS AND A SOLID FRAME.
On Oct-29-13 at 18:47:36 PDT, seller added the following information:
I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END AUCTION ANYTIME BECAUSE IS FOR SALE LOCALLY
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Consumer Reports criticizes small turbo engines for misleading performance, fuel economy claims [w/video]Tue, 05 Feb 2013 10:13:00 EST
Consumer Reports has taken aim at at small-displacement, forced-induction engines, saying the powerplants don't manage to deliver on automaker fuel economy claims. Manufacturers have long held that smaller, turbocharged engines pack all power of their larger displacement cousins with significantly better fuel economy, but the research organization says that despite scoring high EPA economy numbers, the engines are no better than conventional drivetrains in both categories. Jake Fisher, director of automotive testing for Consumer Reports, says the forced induction options "are often slower and less fuel efficient than larger four and six-cylinder engines."
Specifically, CR calls out the new Ford Fusion equipped with the automaker's Ecoboost 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. The institute's researchers found the engine, which is a $795 option over the base 2.5-liter four-cylinder, fails to match competitors in acceleration and served up 25 miles per gallon in testing, putting the sedan dead last among other midsize options.
The Chevrolet Cruze, Hyundai Sonata Turbo and Ford Escape 2.0T all got dinged for the same troubles, though Consumer Reports has found the turbo 2.0-liter four-cylinder in the BMW 328i does deliver on its promises. You can check out the full press release below. You can also read the full study on the Consumer Reports site, or scroll down for a short video recap.
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2014 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra introduced
To say that things aren't going well for the newly redesigned 2013 Chevrolet Malibu is a pretty sizable understatement. Reports have been swirling about the Malibu getting an emergency design refresh, less than a year after its introduction, as well as having its production at the Fairfax Assembly Plant halted twice already this year for excessive inventory. Now, Motor Trend is reporting that the midsize sedan will be receiving price drops across the board ranging from $300 on a number of models up to $770 on the 1LT trim; offsetting some of MSRP drop, though, the destination charge has increased from $760 to $810.
Without destination, the entry-level Malibu LS now starts at $21,995, which is still about $300 more than a Honda Accord and about $300 less than the segment's top-selling Toyota Camry. This new pricing also drops the price of the Eco, 2LT and 3LT trims by $300. The LTZ trim has dropped by $415, meaning that the Malibu's top dog now starts at just under $30,000, excluding destination.
Here are the new starting prices for all eight of the Malibu trim levels compared to the previous prices for the 2013 model year (including destination):