Chevrolet 150 Old Timer
About my car
1955 Chevy 150 (not a Bel Air) 2 door post Gasser. A complete body off restoration. 355 C.I.D. crate motor (under 9,700 miles) with aluminum Pro Maxx heads making approximately 365 h.p., Edelbrock Performer RPM Air Gap intake manifold with a Holley 650 carburetur, MSD Pro Billet distributor, new Be Cool polished aluminum radiator, new Old Air Products AC/Heater unit, rebuilt Muncie M-22 close ratio 4-speed transmission with all new shifter and linkage attached to a scattershield bellhousing. Brand new Gear Vendors Overdrive so you can cruise on the highway easily ! New Jet Hot coated fenderwell headers with all new 3" exhaust, mufflers and electric cutouts. All new Dolphin Gauges, new Sun Pro tachometer with nice aluminum bracket, AM/FM radio/cassette with nice speakers, working windshield wipers, all new tuck and roll black interior, new carpet and headliner, new chrome IDIT tilt steering column with a Lecarra steering wheel, all lights work including turn signals including the horn, new Speedway straight axle with leaf springs, manual disc brakes up front and drums out back. All chrome and windows in great condition. Rear leaf springs have been moved inboard professionally so you can have a nice wide tire inside the wheel wells. It's ready to have a mini tub kit installed. Stock '55 rear end in car now. I also have a shortened 8.5" GM Corporate 10 bolt rearend with a posi unit and 3:73 gears along with a disc brake kit ready to be installed. Much stronger than the stock rear-end. Cal Trac bars have been installed ! New shocks all the way around. Brand new ET II gasser rims and Pro Trac tires up front. Battery has been relocated to the passenger side of the trunk including a new performance Optima RedTop battery. I have a beautifully polished rare Edelbrock X-C8 crossram intake with two 450 tunnel ram carbs including linkage that I want to put on soon. An absolute blast to drive and people love it !
- This car was made in 1955 and I've driven it since 2021
- The Chevrolet 150 was in production from 1953 to 1957
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