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1956 Chevrolet Bel Air $26,000 Negotiable
Location: Jefferson LA USA 70121
Contact: Laurence (504)-442-9160 0R (504)-733-2762
Beautiful 56' Bel Air for sale out of Louisiana!
Comes with a 283 V-8 with a 4 bbl carb and three-speed manual transmission on the floor. Under 10,000 miles on the engine since it was rebuilt. Exterior color is a 67 Charger yellow and the interior is a new brown vinyl.
The vehicle is a very nice 8.5 out of 10 condition, the heater is functional and working, always well maintained and always garage kept. Door speakers were installed, mild cam, ground up resto with a very clean undercarriage.
This car was purchased in 1967 from Texas and driven until 1986.2 years ago an extensive restoration of this car took place including rebuilding the front end, replacing all the chrome, engine overhauled, rebuilt carb, and stripped the old paint to bare metal and repainted the whole car inside and out. New carpets, all new safety side glass, new rubber all around, new chrome all around, and new 2-1/8" dual exhaust. Also comes with new Goodyear tires on slotted Appliance mag wheels that are period correct for a 60-70's period Tri-five Chevy.
Please call Laurence at the phone numbers above to ask questions, see the car, or to make an offer. No reasonable offer shall be refused. Thank you for looking.
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air $26,000 Negotiable on 2040-cars
Jefferson, Louisiana, United States
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