Engine Parts: Edelbrock, powermaster, 65 corvette valve covers and air cleaner
Transmission: Original 2 speed Power Glide
Suspension: AirRide RideTech
Brakes: camaro disc brakes
Tires: BF Goodrich G-Force
Exhaust: Custom with dual Flowmaster
Upholstery: Rave Vinyl
Steering Wheel: 1960 Corvette
Steering Column: stock
Noise & Heat Insulation: Dynamat
Seals & Gaskets: Soff Seal
A/C & Heat: Vintage Air
Other: Schneitzer's Upholstery
Body Mods: shave roof rail
Paint: Torch Red (GM)
Wheels: American Racing Torque Thrust 2
Trim: original refurbished
Audio & Electronics
Subs: Kicker L-7
This is a 1960 Chevy Bel Air Sport-Coupe. This specific model is rare. The Bel Air and the Biscayne had the post where the Impala did not. This car is very special to me because it is from my father. My father has the Impala model same year. I am currently restoring it at Speed Kings, which is my fathers garage.
This car is a work in progress and will be continually updated.
History of this Vehicle
This vehicle was purchased by the New Port, SC Fire department back in the 1960’s. The car was painted red and made into the fire marshell’s car. When I purchased the car the front fire station plate was still intact. We named the car Fire Bell in memory of its past life.
Plans for this Vehicle
Driver! Too cool to sit around in storage!
Sponsors & Special Thanks
Air Ride Technologies, Dynamat, Kicker, HaneLine/ Nordskog, American Racing, BF Goodrich, Vintage Air, Rave Vinyl/Miami Rubber Co., Powermaster, Soff Seal, Stillwater Designs, H&H Classic Parts, Speed Kings, Scott Whitaker