Description: What better way to give the classic Chevy Bel Air a new touch than with a new and modern engine? That's exactly what GM Performance Parts decided to do. Displayed at the Barrett-Jackson Auction, ...
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Marcin Witkowski Jun 28, 2011
@Ken-it shouldn't ruin ur wallet neither
Anthony Noon Jun 28, 2011
Why not if you can have both?
Ken Madison Jun 28, 2011
I don't like the Erod series.... Performance shouldn't be green. At all.
Patrick Schalk Jun 28, 2011
Oh man this thing is amazing
Michael Palazzo Jun 28, 2011
different rims & it's missing white wall tires.
Patrick Schalk Jun 28, 2011
Needs different wheels IMO but this looks great
Chris Penza Jun 28, 2011
There are a lot of these where I live. I love rhem
Stephen Ishard Jun 28, 2011
A historic American car
Description: The 6.2-liter LS3 E-Rod V8 gives a performance of 430hp and emits an average of 23 mpg in highway driving. In addition to the LS3 E-Rod, GM Performance Parts also displayed a Lingenfelter 1955 Chevrol...
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Jeremy Brown Jul 04, 2011
My uncles 55 210 has a 383 stroker and some expensive ass tranny that gets him 28 highway and he runs 10-11s 1/4 mile :D I love his car corvette electron blue, white leather interior and some really nice looking rally wheels
Kevin Watson Jun 29, 2011
I don't care if they put a scooter engine in it, this car is stunning.
Marcin Witkowski Jun 28, 2011
23mpg(!), on the highway(!!) how can u drive with clear consciousness people ;] I'm not an Eco nut by the way
Patrick Schalk Jun 28, 2011
I'd want it in my Bel Air. Old school cars with new technology is a win
Chris Penza Jun 28, 2011
I like the bel air but it's such a boat. Almost comparable to a gayron
Peter Bruschi Jun 28, 2011
sounds cool on paper but i dnt think a lot of true die hard muscle car enthusiasts would want this in their bel-air... i kno i wouldnt
Taylor J. Blake Jun 28, 2011
Looks like the vortec 5300 that they put in the trucks