Kindig It Design nailed it again with this 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. Kindig-It’s own flush-mounted smooth door handles, Billet Specialties mirrors, shaved trunk lid, bumpers fuses into nice body that is painted in custom-mixed clay and white paint scheme. J.S. Custom Interior did the inside job (again). Interior is enriched with 15″ Koch replica steering wheel, a set of VHX-55C analog instruments on the dashboard. From technical side of view this Bel Air sits on Art Morrison chassis and runs small block Chevy LS3 [435HP]. 4-piston Wilwood brakes with ABS assist help 19 and 20-inch Schott Americana wheels with 335 tires (!) stop when in need. Nice, nice, nice.
Photos: Kindig It Design (used with permission. Thanks Sherri!)