We are always getting pics of cars sent to us with little bits of info about them. We wanted to start featuring them in our emails and on our Blog and Social Media, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. (If the pic came from one of the members of Tri-Five and ChevyTalk forums, per our requests, your affiliation is noted iin your write-up). The cars are numbered and posted here in the order that we are using them in our emails for easy reference. (It should also keep us from duplicating cars). If you send us your pic be sure to tell us a little about your ride so we can tell everyone. Our thanks to everyone who has or will send pics…we can’t wait to show them off. And don’t forget to tell us about your build.
Please send us your car pics and story and we will feature it in one of our emails and on Social Media. Click HERE to send your Pics and tell us about your build.
Pics are in order newest to oldest.
021) Seth Phalatse – South Africa – Chevy Talk
Seth writes: My 1956 Chevy Bel Air 4dr Hardtop RHD has been fitted with the following: March Serpentine Belt System, CPP hydroboost Hydraulic Brake booster, Art Morrison Front Suspension, IDIDIT steering column, LQ9 Engine, 4L80E transmission, Front 6 piston and rear 4 piston Wilwood brakes, Dakota Digital VHX gauges, 25 gallon CPP gas tank, Con2R Steering wheel, Lokar pedals, Luxor 100 wire spoke Rims, IDIDIT Touch-N-Go Keyless Start Ignition System. The car was produced in Tarrytown NY plant in June 1956 and was one of the just over 16,500 of this model produced at this plant.
An absolute Beauty, Seth! Thanks for sharing.
020) Robert Williams – USA – Tri-Five Forum
Robert writes: Full frame off restore, LS3, mini tub, A/C, & Wilwood disc brakes. We just drove Route 66 & Cruisen the Coast.
Thanks for sharing, Robert. Awesome looking ride!
019) Ed Handel
Ed writes: New crate 350hp motor w/ 700R w/ Shift kit, New Front Disc, Power Steering, Ididit tilt, Dakota Digital, Retrosound system.
Beautiful, Ed. Thanks for sharing.
018) Jim Kastelic – USA
Jim writes: Corvette Velocity Yellow Lacquer, LT-1, LT-4 cam, Holley 4bbl, 700R4, ’69 Camaro differential w/3:55 gears, PS, PB, A/C, Coddington wheels, disc/drum.
Thanks for sharing, Jim. Very nice!!
017) Richard Polleri – USA
Richard writes: Bought this from my brother and I ended up doing a frame off in my garage, it took me 5 years. P/W and vent windows, 400 hp 350, 411posi, Tremec 5 speed, and tri-power. I drive it everywhere including this year’s event. Thank for putting on this show every year!!
Thanks for sharing, Richard! What a looker. We hope to see you at the Nationals.
016) Darrell Singleton – USA
Darrell writes: ’55 Chev Bel Air Restomod. 2,000 miles since rebuild. 350 V8, 700R4, power steering, windows and brakes. Hotchkis suspension. Custom Italian leather interior. Vintage air. 19″ Boyd Coddington wheels. Tri- Five Chevy pick for 2018 Goodguys Pacific Northwest Nationals.
Thanks for sharing, Darrell! Very nice.
015) Art Ruelas – USA
Art Ruelas sent us this pic of his ’57. He writes: Hi guys. Not a Perfect car but still under Construction, I do think with a fifties pinup girl it would be just all perfect 🙂 Thank you guys for all the parts, and great customer service. The name of the car is – “Dirty”Dirty “Girl”.
She looks pretty clean to us, Art. Thanks for sharing.
014) Jim Kagley – USA
Jim Kagley sent us this pic of his ’55. He writes: I am the second owner and I bartered for this car in 1965. Having about 50 dollars in the barter. Drove the car to high school. He went to Vietnam, returned home and drove it another year or two. It was barn kept until 2015 when we began the restoration. The restoration was completed in one and half years. The motor is LS and polished. The interior was done by Steve Holcomb (Pro-Custom Auto).
Thanks for sharing, Jim! Beautiful.
013) Richard Luna – USA
Richard Luna sent us this pic of his’56. He writes: Many thanks to Danchuk’s for all your help in the restoration of my car. Your sales people are the best!
Thanks for the compliment, Richard. Awesome car.
012) Jerry Bemis – USA – Other
Jerry sent us this pic of his Nomad. He writes: Rusty relic rescued from Delaware Salt, Body Off build and a Roadster shop chassis. All coilovers, power rack & pinion, Wilwood fronts, 4-Link 9 in Ford rear end with 3:73 posi. I’ve added an LSA engine, 4L85E trans, complete rewire, new 3″ exhaust system, built and installing a 30 gallon aluminum gas tank, a and planned new vinyl interior after I tub it.. I’m 76 years old and am doing the work myself in one side of 2 car garage. now becoming a driver in San Diego, CA. Planning on tours! Thanks Danchuk for Many Great Parts…
Thanks for sharing, Jerry. Beautiful..
011) Larry Rollow – USA – Chevy Talk Forum
Larry sent us this pic of his ’57. He writes: I’ve owned this car since 1987. When I got it, it ran but that is about all one could say. It has undergone a body off restoration and now has a 327 engine with a Lunati cam, forged pistons, Patriot headers, Holley sequential fuel injection, 700R4 transmission, Camaro 8.5 ten bolt rear end with 3.73 gears and positraction. It has GMC truck bucket seats and a stock rear seat. It also has Old Air air conditioning, cruise control, AM-FM cassette radio with a CD player. And lots more. My wife and I take it on at least one Hot Rod Road Tour each summer. It has proven to be very reliable.
Thanks for sharing, Larry! Awesome ’57.
010) Michael Deregt – Canada – Tri-5 Forum
Michael sent us this pic of his ’57. He writes: RamJet 350, Richmond Superstreet 5-Speed, Art Morrision Coilover Tribar Rear with Fab9 / Strange / Detroit Locker Rear, 4:10 gear. 12″ Wilwood 4-Piston Disc’s, Heidt Polished Stainless Front A-Arms with 14″ 6 Piston Wilwood Disc’s, R&P Steering, Custom Black on Black cloud insert interior.
Thanks for sharing, Michael! Really, really nice.
009) Kenneth Buhagiar – USA – Tri-5 Forum
Kenneth Buhagiar sent us this pic of his ’56. He writes: My car is a 1956 Chevrolet One-Fifty Two-Door Sedan. It has a stroker 383 engine, Turbo 400 transmission, and features brand new Danchuk smoothie bumpers front and rear.
Thanks for sharing, Kenneth. Beautiful.
008) Ken Springhorn – USA – Chevy Talk Forum
Ken Springhorn sent us this pic of his ’55. He writes: Rock solid 55–5th owner—modified 283, 4 speed, 3:70 gears. Disc Brakes, Vintage A/C, etc. have owned for 26 years.
Thanks for sharing, Ken! Awesome looking ’55.
007) Kaye Duyvestyn – Australia – Tri-5 Forum
Kaye Duyvestyn sent us this pic of his ’57. He writes: Our Chev was imported in 2010 and we bought it later that year. It was in very good mechanical condition but the body was in undercoat with no windows or stainless. These parts were wrapped and in the boot. We removed the body from the chassis and then stripped it of paint and added new floor sections and other minor parts. The chassis was stripped, cleaned and painted as were the engine and trans. The car was then moved to a body shop for finishing and painting. From there it went to a relative who is a mechanic who completely rewired the car as well as fitting Vintage Air and a Dakota Digital VHX dash. It then came back home for the interior and windows and trim to be fitted. The project took us 3 and a half years to complete. We drive it regularly and also tow a classic caravan to events.
Thanks for sharing, Kaye! She came out really, really nice.
006) Kaye Allen – New Zealand – Tri-5 Forum
Kaye Allen sent us this pic of his ’57. He writes: This ’57 Chevrolet BelAir Sport Sedan 283 Power Pack TG car was imported into New Zealand in 2006. Paint Code 809D. It remains as a un-restored car with 88k original miles.
Beautiful, Kaye. Thanks for sharing.
005) Dave Moltzen – USA – Chevy Talk Forum
Dave Moltzen sent us this pi of his ’55. He writes: My Old School Hot Rod. Black Leather Bucket Seats, Padded Dash, 396ci L78 Big Block Engine with 4 speed Muncie, 12 bolt posi rear. Comp Cam, Edelbrock 750 carb and Sanderson cast headers. Tons of Danchuk parts, from the interior, to the Heater, Radio, Stainless trim, down to the Chrome Hood-Bird.
Thanks for sharing, Dave! Looking Good!
004) Joey Mayhugh – USA – Chevy Talk Forum
Joey Mayhugh sent us this pic of his 57. He writes: 383, Arizona Speed Intake, Holley EFI, DBW, 4L80E, 12 Bolt, PW, PB, Ciadella Interior, Lowered 5/3, 18″ Billet Specialties, Vintage Air, Hydraboost 4 wheel disc brakes, Front & Rear Sway Bars, Stainless Borla Exhaust w/Cutouts, New skin.
Thanks for sharing, Joey! We love it!
003) Joey Mayhugh – USA – Chevy Talk Forum
Joey sent us this pic of his very Nasty ’55. He writes…540ci BBC, Kinsler Stack Injection, Holley EFI & DIS, TH400, Gear Vendors OD, 9″ Strange. Owned for 45 years. Drove to High School.
Awesome, Joey. Thanks for sharing.
002) Rod Maxwell – USA – Tri-5 Forum
Rod sent us this pic of his bone stock original 57 Bel Air. He writes…1957 Belair with the original engine, trans and rear end. 250 H.P. Powerglide, Power Steering.
She’s a beauty, Rod. Thanks for sharing.
001) Steven Krause – USA – Tri-5 Forum
Steven sent us this pic of his beautiful Nomad. He writes…Late year 1956 Nomad #7860 of 7886, finished in Tropical Turquoise and India Ivory. Stock drive-train, V8 Powerglide, manual steering and brakes.
Thanks for sharing, Steven.
This article was originally Published on May 30, 2019…It is Updated and the post date is updated Regularly.