This is a 1959 Chevy Bel air, in almost perfect condition it has been restored but kept original. We have used it for weddings. Anyone interested in this model will have to go along way in my opinion to find one in better condition.
A very unique factory right hand drive Bel Air 1957, in good condition has 327 small block v8, power glide transmission, all original RHD dash, firewall etc. Don’t spend thousands converting to RHD, or spend your weekends adjusting to the wrong side of the car.
6 cyl manual, original starts and drives, genuine Bel Air, good underneath and good straight body but will need some small rust repairs mainly filler between back bumper and body, rest is tidy up. interior is complete but will need redo, otherwise a nice 57 Chevy.
4-door hardtop, original unrestored survivor type, rust free California car. Turquoise & white with matching black & turquoise interior. original 283 V8 automatic 2 spd power glide. Paint, chrome, glass, stainless etc all in excellent condition, runs and drives very smooth, everything works as it should, inspection will not disappoint, getting very hard to find this clean and original.
FOR SALE RESTORED RHD 1964 AUSTRALIAN DELIVERED BEL AIR WINNER of BEST AMERICAN SEDAN at the 2015 NOOSA BEACH CLASSIC CAR SHOW. As featured in UNIQUE CARS MAGAZINE Issue 373 March 12 2015. For more photos please email email@example.com This is the perfect car for a collector or car club enthusiast and might just be the best example of a restored Australian 1964 Bel Air around! Restoration work receipts for approx $70k! The recent extensive bare metal restoration of this 1964 Australian delivered RHD Bel Air, owned by a fastidious perfectionist, has only just been completed. The car has done less than 500km since completion! All restoration and fabrication work was professionally done by the previous owners of Classic Ridz in Caloundra, Queensland with a photographic record and receipts. All repairs were done properly with no bogged up short cuts! THIS CAR IS ABSOLUTELY LASER STRAIGHT WITH NO RUST AT ALL!!! I've owned my girl for over 10 years now, with the restoration back to factory stock taking the last 2 years. Many, many thousands of dollars spent on her making sure I went above and beyond to ensure she is as close to possible as she was rolling out the factory door back in 1964. An original code correct one colour car it has been freshly painted in factory Portsea Blue Metallic, with bone interior. All the exterior trim mouldings have either been replaced with OEM parts or tirelessly refurbished by Automotive Moulding Repairs & Polishing. It also has a brand new bonnet, boot lid, grille, front and rear bumpers and front and rear licence plate panels. All NOS taillights were used in the rear and NOS dog dish hubcaps are included. Inside the cabin there have NEVER been any holes cut for speakers or aftermarket radios and the door trims are still original. New carpet was laid and a new headlining installed. The seats have been recovered earlier on in the restoration but have been very well looked after since. The list of items that have been recently refurbished include the steering wheel, original air chief deluxe AM radio restored by Nostalgic Wireless, the dash clock and the dash cluster restored by Lionel Otto Instruments. Many new and refurbished parts inside including new pedal covers, window winders, door handles and many nobs etc. were freshly chrome plated. In the engine bay particular attention has been payed to ensure it is representative of a factory Bel Air as possible. The 283 engine has been completely rebuilt and balanced from ground up with the only modification being so that the heads could accept unleaded petrol and a harmonic balancer. The air cleaner has the original stamp (not the USA decal) on it that the Australian cars came with and all decals used are factory correct. Also rebuilt were the original carburetor, the brakes and power steering with the 2 speed Powerglide and diff only needing a full service. The car has been rust proofed, had new rubbers and felts fitted and the windows have had scratches professionally polished out. Extras include the original manuals and an original refurbished 1960's hydraulic jack. The car is on Queensland club registration which cannot be transferred, but will come with a RWC. Inspections by genuine buyers can be organised on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
1964 Chevrolet Belair. Original right hand drive, build in South Australia by GM (original compliance plate). Purchased in 2002 and rebuilt from ground up in 2007. Turbo 350/400 (cant recall) 3 speed auto, rebuilt 350 small block. 2 pump hydro setup in boot, 8 batteries (1 needs replacing) 6 redundant solenoids, max 48V to each pump. 8inch rams (also 1 set of 10 inch rams somewhere if i can find them) 10 switches. 1968 steering box, hardened steering for hydraulic setup. Only done about 4000km since rebuilt. Garaged entire time. Electric front bench seat, pioneer stereo, partial wrapped chassis/suspension, all new rubbers (2007), disc conversion, extended a-arms, 13inch wires with whitewalls. All chrome or alloy engine accessories. Note photos are from rebuild, engine bay needs a polish. Black vynl interior, original roof lining probably the last thing to replace. All new badges, bonnet, boot, quarter panels, horn.
1955 Chey Bel air 2 door hard top coupe solid body and floors ect excellent restorer original split front seat non standard rear seat , small block 283 motor all in all solid car for its age and hard to find one in this condition, awesome project car will not disappoint
1957 Chevrolet Belair 4 Door Sedan (with pillars). Imported from the States. Complete car includes interior, chrome, bumpers, transmission etc. no engine. Car has been disassembled and soda blasted. Removal of rust and panel work completed to 70% of the vehicle. Reluctant sale due to relocation.