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Richard Fisher’s 1956 Chevy Bel Air is the vision of a classic-car-loving artist.
No molds or cookie cutters here, just a guy’s vision of what he feels a hot rod should be. This 1956 Chevy is truly, and we mean truly, one of a kind.
Spotted at SEMA 2015, this 1956 Chevy is the genuine patina’d article, pulled right out of a field in Memphis and transformed into the work of art you see before you.
Donas Singleton knew he had to have this 1956 Chevy Bel Air 210 the first time he saw it. After a little bit of elbow grease, his dream car goals have been realized.
Larry Coleman’s first car was a 1956 Chevy, but as a 16-year-old teenage kid with no money to his name, he couldn’t build it the way he wanted to.
Andrew Starr’s startling 1956 Chevy Bel Air is hard to miss with the eight injector stacks rising up from the Hilborn-injected big-block!
Sam's 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe is a tribute to those ’55-’57s he built and raced years ago, when the Gas Coupe classes were a mainstay at dragstrips.
There are two major factors to consider when choosing new rollers for your ride—style and fitment. Learn how to measure your car for new wheels and tires!