1963 Chevrolet Bel Air 350 Ramjet Engine

2 hits ID #8192


The project started with a full frame off restoration beginning with stripping, then powder coating the entire frame. The exterior was also treated to a wonderful coating featuring a nearly perfect covering of PPG Black top, trunk and hood with Green-Silver awesomeness coating each side. Spectacular hand-pinstriping and one lone Chevrolet emblem hover above the green-silver on each side. Under this more than beautiful, shaved door handles and straight as an arrow GM body, lies Shock Waves tubular Control Arms, Fatman Dropped Spindles, front and rear disc brakes, posi-trac differential featuring 3.55:1 gear ratio, Budnik Wheels tucked under the fenders, 18x7 front, 20x10 rear, plus, narrowed fenders and 1966 functional hood vents to tie it all together. The interior is just as striking as the exterior featuring olive green, Euro-hide leather with a custom hand-made console featuring a Locar Shifter that selects what damage you would like to dish out to the asphalt. And, although this unbelievable machine looks great sitting still, it actually does move with great ease by power supplied by a 350, Ram Jet GM crate motor featuring an Arizona Speed and Marine Dropped Top Superjet FFI Fuel Injection.


Make Chevrolet
Model Bel Air
Year 1963
Mileage 11,605
Engine 350 CI
Interior Color Green
Exterior Color Black/Silver/Green
Transmission Automatic
Number of Cylinders 8
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) 31511J201000
Fuel Type Gasoline

$ 16200.00