1955 Chevy Tri-five PRO-Street 468ci BDS 8-71 Supercharged Tubbed Cage Drag For Sale
1955 Chevy Tri-five PRO-Street 468ci BDS 8-71 Supercharged Tubbed Cage Drag
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1955 Chevy with a 468 ci V8 and BDS 8-71 blower, TH400 fully built transmission. Fully restored, 4 linked rear end, QA1 coil overs all around, fully tubbed, narrowed Dana 60 in the rear with 31x18.5x15 Mickey Thompsons.
No rust, no damage, no issues, Car starts right up, runs smooth, pulls strong, tracks straight, and attracts a ton of attention. There is $40k into just the motor, tranny and rear end, $25k into paint/body, $15k into cage and full tub conversion, $5k into electrical/wiring/stereo, $15k into other misc parts, plus the car which was $15k. As you can see, there is well over a $100k tied up in this beautiful car. This car was built in Oakland, CA (4th letter in the VIN is O) and stayed in the Bay Area its whole life. Restoration was completed a few years ago, and car has always been garaged and babied. Come out, see the car, make an offer.
Currently set up to run on 91 octane with a 5 lb pulley. Changing the pulley, and re-tuning it for 110 octane will get you over 800 horsepower. Car is built to handle lots of power.
Very well sorted out car, no issues, currently tagged and insured for $80k. Cost to duplicate will be close to a 100k. Selling for $45k.
Would love to trade for a 70 Chevelle Convertible big block or hard top. Would also consider a trade for a newer Z06 Corvette. Would need to see your car to decide on a price difference.
Located in Concord, CA. I can deliver the car if your are in Central CA.
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Currently registered, with plates. I drive this car around town without any issues. No leaks, no rattles, no overheating.
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