1955 Chevrolet Pro Street Build Pro Street Build – The West Virginia Monster!


For all the Chevy fans out there, you are in for a treat today.

This ’55 Chevrolet Bel Air has been with the same owner for astonishing 41 years, which is quite impressive, don’t you think? What is even more impressive is the fact that this beauty looks frail and old at first glance, but you better hold your horses right there – this mechanical marvel has won a statewide championship in 1978 and showed everyone in West Virginia who is the boss for 7 years. The paint job of this black beauty is simply emanating mystery, authority, raw strength and attitude full of sheer force. Nine years ago, the owner of this old Chevy, Ronnie Mullens of Craigsville, West Virginia has planned to, together with his son, restore this baby to its former glory and turn it into a drag car, but somewhere along the way it turned into some pro street type of build. It packs a Scott Shafiroff built 540 cubic inch V8 engine with 10-71 Blower, producing the mighty sum of 1250 HP. Once again our guide and creator of this video is ScottieDTV, showing us everything that we want to know about this beautiful Chevy in detail, both the interior and exterior. It all presents and fits perfectly well, the audio and visual presentation which keeps you entertained and maintains your attention throughout the entirety of this video.

We highly suggest that you watch this video if you are a fan of Chevy and even if you want to see something this beautiful, believe us, you don’t know what you are missing on!

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