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This sweet ride wears the car correct 1955 Chevrolet Gypsy Red. Go fast goodies incluse 350 cubic inch. Comp Cams HE 274 cam, Comp cams lifters, pushrods. Edelbrock Performer Intake, Edelbrock 600 carburetor, Hedman Headers, Pete Jackson "noisy' gear drive, Mildly polished 55 CC chamber HP heads, Hypertech electronic ignition, MSD 8mm plug wires, Summit roller rocker arms, Summit High flow/high volume oil pump, Holley fuel pump, 1960's vintage M/T aluminum valve covers, 1960's vintage repro High Perf GM air cleaner, 2.5 in dual exhaust, balance tube, Flowmaster mufflers. Stewart-Warner instruments, 1960's vintage Sun tachometer to keep check on things. Transmission is a B&M kit 350 Turbo with Summit 1800 stall torque converter. B&M shifter. B&M Deep pan, B&M trans cooler.

American Racing Torque Thrust II wheels, Goodyear Eagle tires, Power front disc brakes, front and rear anti-roll bars, rebuilt suspension, Classic Chevy rack and pinion steering conversion kit. Rear end is 10 bolt GM, 3:42 positraction, Lakewood Slapper Traction bars, Inland Empire custom built balanced driveshaft.

All new reproduction glass, lights, chrome, moldings, emblems, rubber gaskets, gas tank, window mechanisms, re-chromed (rear) bumper, Whole car re-wired, etc., etc., Radio is the original tube 1955 unit that hasn't worked since 1956, probably. Tunes by Pete Jackson and Flowmaster! No A/C, No heater, No front bumper "FTB". Original black and yellow California license plate on the front. Don't ask-I like the way it looks. Still hasn't got much of an interior, except for the seats.

Jim says "
All in all too much money to ever justify to my very understanding and pretty cool wife. Thanks Babe!!!!"

Rides like this just goes to show that we all have to age (it's part of life) ....... but we don't have to grow old at heart. Translation: Only difference from a man and a boy ....... is the price of the toys.

This classic blast from the past has found it's home for the past 16yrs (and counting) with Jim Bray of Hendersonville, TN.

A few years ago Jim traded the '55 off for a different toy.

 
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