The only rust (pin holes) is very minor and not worth repairing. (See pics) It was actually caused by a coolant leak years ago. It is in the front bottom of the passenger side inner front fender well. There was no rust EVER in any other area of this car. All original body panels, floor pans, trunk pan, rockers, etc.
The underside of the car has that very thick rust preventative coating that was used back in the 1960's. I also see no signs of any body collision repairs and it is very straight. The paint is very nice.
Not some super high dollar mirror quality job, but probably nicer than it came from the factory with. All of the chrome and stainless trim appears to be original and it is all in very nice shape. It has tow bar hook ups under the front bumper just like a lot of cars did back then.
The hood pins are actually fake, but they look very real. All of the glass is good and works as it should except for the drivers side vent window. The gearing mechanism is slipping. It works, but the gears will slip before the window gets very tight. Body needs nothing other than vent window repair.
Chassis: The whole chassis has been disassembled and rebuilt. All new bushings, ball joints, tie rod ends, and all other moving parts / rubber parts.
The brakes are all new also. All new exhaust with exhaust cut outs that can uncapped just like they did back then.No power steering or brakes, but it drives very well, steers straight and easily, and stops straight like it should. Tires are new Coker Classic Bias ply tires to mimic what was used back in 1962. Interior: The interior is super nice. It appears to be all new?
The radio, speedometer, and wipers do not work. There is a new wiper motor in the box in the trunk. I think the speedometer cable was just never hooked up? The emergency brake also works.Driveline: Engine is actually a 348 that has been bored and stroked to a 409. It has a dual quad intake and Edlebrock carbs. Ceramic coated long tube h eaders. Muncie 4 speed transmission with Hurst shifter.
Shifts very smooth and tight. Rear is stock highway gears. Engine sounds and runs out great. Driveline needs nothing other than maybe valve cover gaskets. New ones are in the trunk.
All in all, this is a super nice car that will give you years of trouble free cruising. Call Dave for more info and honest answers to all questions. I DO NOT RESPOND TO TEXT MESSAGES. +++++ CALL ME IF YOU ARE SERIOUS. ++++ NO TRADES +++ NO TRADES.
CAR DOES NOT LEAVE HERE UNTIL ANY AND ALL FUNDS CLEAR MY BANK. The item "1962 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210" is in sale since Thursday, January 21, 2021.
This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Cars & Trucks\Chevrolet\Bel Air/150/210". The seller is "route66_garage" and is located in Fenton, Missouri. This item can be shipped to United States.