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    BAD A** 57 Bel Air

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    750HP, 454 Big Block Chevy that has a Lanati Hydraulic Cam with 427 Corvette aluminum heads. Pushing the fuel into this is a BDS 6/71 Blower topped with 4 two barrel Weber carbs with custom made K&N filters. Exhaust is done through a set of hand made chrome baffled zoomie headers. a turbo 400 transmission with 3500 stall TCI converter. Chrome driveshaft, 9 inch Ford rear with 4/11 gears and a disk brakes.
    Chassis:
    Factory frame has been narrowed in the rear and a 2x3 front clip has been added, molded and pinstriped. A round tubing radiator support was hand fabricated. A mustang II cross member was added with Heidts S/S control arms, chrome coils, chrome shocks, and Ford disk brakes. In the rear are chrome coil-over shocks and chrome ladder bars.
    Wheels and Tires:
    15x4 & 15x5 Radir wheels & 21.5x33 in. Mickey Thomson's Pro Sportsmen's.
    Body Mods:
    All Steel Body, firewall recessed and smoothed fiberglass airbrushed bumpers, halogen headlights, suicide doors, removed vent windows, tinted glass, shaved handles, locks, wipers, emblems, and all mirrors. Both steel fenders are notched for the headers and held on with DZUS clips. Custom made all steel hood with reverse louvers, along with louvered belly pan under the trunk.
    Paint:
    26 different colors make up the paint job, the main colors being DuPont Chroma Base apricot with violet pearl over the top. Floor and wheel tubs are airbrushed with graphics as well as inside the front fenders, firewall and door jambs. Quarter panel inserts are airbrushed on with emblems. Then 7 coats of DuPont Chroma clear were applied over the entire car.
    Interior:
    4 color vinyl and tweed Pontiac Grand Am front seats and hand made rear seat moved forward 3 inches. On the dash the hump has been removed along with everything else and 4 Autometer gauges were angled toward the driver. A custom made trans tunnel holds the power window switches.

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