1956 Chevy Resto Mod

Meticulous professional build by Roger Burman’s crew at Lakeside Rods & Rides. Well documented with pictures and receipts totaling $174,000. On the build. Body absolutely arrow straight, disassembled. Painted custom Red & White PPG two tone. Driveline consists of show engine bay with custom firewall, inner fender panels and radiator cover. Small block built 383 c.i. engine by Chevrolet Performance 500 h.p., topped with Trick Flow heads and full comp cam valve train, Edelbrock intake and Demon 750 carb. MSD ignition. Power flows through Sanderson headers, Flowmaster mufflers, cooled by a Mattson aluminum radiator, automatic Trans-Matic built TH 350 trans. with B&M 2500 Stall converter. Rear end features a 9” Currie with 3.43 gears. Suspension consists of Heidt’s drop spindles on Fatman Fabrication tubular A-arms & Ride Tech Shockwave air ride front & rear. Stopping is made easy with Wilwood disc brakes on all four corners and power steering. Undercarriage finished as the top. The interior is finished in a custom Tan leather by Tracey Weaver of the Recovery Room. Interior features Classic Instrument gauges, Iditit polished column, Budnick steering wheel. Rides on Budnick Illusion wheels 225/40/Zr18 up front and 275/35Zr20 on the rear mounted on Michelin tires for that just right stance.

$115,000.