The last of the Autorama of 2019 we came across a 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air that looks like it has traveled back here from the future because this Bel-Air is in pristine factory condition as if it just rolled off the assembly line. The owner has spared no expense at getting every detail right! This crown jewel is perfect in every way. After looking at her engine, he EVEN did the script detail in the valve covers and paid attention to the oil filler spout and as I said he may have picked this out, pulled this through a time portal straight from the Chevy assembly line. Magnificent restoration! Kudos to the owner!
Onto another beauty, a beautifully done 1955 Chevy pickup in a striking color of green and the engine bay has been nicely detailed on this beast the engine. Nice chrome dressing kit an eye-popping color they’ve chosen to paint this engine, invites you to go in for a closer look to see what other goodies they may have hidden in and around the engine. But this is still one sweet looking pickup!!!
Up next, is a gorgeous 1956 Ford Woody Custom Wagon. This wagon looks like a perfect restoration of a wagon with all the surfboards around but she is even towing a classic restored motor boat behind it! I wouldn’t dare take this beautiful wagon to a beach, I would worry about the salt and the sand rotting this beautiful restoration. But to see someone take the time to restore one of these beautiful old wagons really puts a big smile on my face!
Now we come to a 1958 Chevy Impala Convertible. Now, this guy is showing us what she looked like from the before picture of when he first bought her to the end result. He has done a few custom touches of his own like exhaust ports and the continental kit for his spare tire and side skirts for his rear tires. But other than that she’s a very beautiful restoration job on a 1958 Impala. Now in 1958 was the first year of the introduction of the Chevrolet Impalas to the Chevrolet line and they’ve used it through the nineties to the mid-nineties then brought it back again in 2000 and they are still using it to this day and Chevrolet will soon be discontinuing that model for lack of interest & slipping sales.
Next one on our list a 1930 Ford Model A Street Coupe, This one is in a striking color. This Street Coupe has a rumble seat. You don’t see these too often at least I haven’t. Sorry I didn’t get more pictures of this one.