1955 Chevy Post


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Dart 427 c.i. engine / AFR aluminuim heads/ Polish Weiand Sipercharger

$20,000 show quality paint and body by Advantage Auto Works

$60,000 spent in parts alone

steel cowl hood (special built for this car)

Richmond 6-speed manual transmission

Long shifter

9 inch Ford rear end / Auburn locker

Air conditioning

Front disc brakes

Powdercoated and detailed undercarriage

Weld Racing Wheels



Close inspection of the exterior of this car will confirm that this is one of the nicest, black, sinister looking Chevy's on the market today. Originally built and individually owned here in Texas, this car has been a cherished, garaged, and street driven member of the family. 

You may remember this beauty from our web site a few years ago. We sold it for the original builder and it remained here in Texas loved by it's new owner just as much.  It has been extremely well taken care of. The current owner has decided it's time to move on to another. We are proud to have this black beauty back.

Weld Racing wheels wrapped with Hoosier Pro street radials help apply the power to the pavement.

Rears are 29 x 12.5 50R 15 LT

Fronts are 205/75s

The heart of this Chevrolet is a professionally balanced and blueprinted DART 427c.i. block. AFR 220 aluminum cylinder heads provide plenty of breathing room for the Weiand polished supercharger to force feed this engine.

Beautifully crafted Hooker Super competion headers expell gases through the custom exhaust system.

The firewall and inner fenders were completely disassembled and finished to show. This is a very well done car. Please look carefully through all of our detailed photographs. From the factory in 1955, our car was a meek 6 cylinder passenger 150 post, not anymore! This car is as far from your granny's grocery getter as you can get.

The engine component includes a beautiful billet aluminum serpentine pulley and bracket setup. This car is equipped with modern 134a air conditioning, complete with a polished compressor and billet brackets. The alternator is chromed. The fuel lines are all up garaged with anodized colored fittings. Cooling is handled thru Be Cool with polished overflow tank. Spark is provided by the MSD billet distributor and Blaster coil provided the spark. The engine is capable of generating in excess of 700 flywheel horsepower.

The seat is custom crafted to handle the shifter, it is finished in red leather with black piping. The upholstry is in excellent condition. Original gauge cluster has been restored in chrome. The Grant Gt steering wheel fits the car well. Autometer super Competition gauges monitor the water temp., voltage, boost pressure. A 10,000 RPM Sport Comp memory tachmeter sits poised on the dash. The Richmond Super Street 6 speed transmission is paired with the big block.

The frame has been powder coated. Every nut and bolt has been attended to. The rear end is a custom built 9 inch Ford unit complete with an Auburn locker.Custom front disc brakes provide the stopping for this beast.