Chevy Concepts – 1956 Chevy Bel Air

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Vehicle Builder: Metal Works – Eugene, Oregon

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Some color combinations just click on certain vehicles. Bright red and silver on a Tri-Five Chevy is one of those for sure. Although restrained in terms of body mods, this ’56 will be sure to draw attention with its vibrant colors. Most of the factory trim is there minus the hood ornament, nose badge, and a few other bits. This keeps the classic looks intact but cleans things up just a touch.

Getting the right handling, stance, and stopping performance comes from an Art Morrison chassis. Sitting just right looks that much better when it’s done with the right set of wheels. With all the polished trim and bright work, the choice was made to roll with some fully polished Budnik Vapor wheels.

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