1955 Chevy Rendering by Tavis Highlander

Artwork by Tavis Highlander
Instagram @tavishighlander

Vehicle Builder: Double Z Hot Rods, Dinuba, California
Vehicle Owner: Rafael Alvarez
1955 Chevy Bel Air

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Russ Zulim and the crew at Double Z know how to build a clean, high-end hot rod. This current project is going to be a fine example of just that. Most of the trim will be kept, but the hood trim will be deleted to slick the front end up a bit. The front bumper also gets flipped and tucked to further the clean styling.

A wicked low stance is thanks to some modern chassis components, but the rest of the exterior gives off a classic vibe. Billet Specialties wheels in 19- and 20-inch sizes with Chevy hubcaps really pull off the look. A subdued and classy dark green paint with black rear quarter and roof accents top it all off.

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