Junkyard Built Chevy Bel Air Gasser is worth $75,000 | The Appraiser - Ep. 22 - Hagerty Media
In this episode of “The Appraiser,” Colin has the pleasure of looking at a well-known 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air 210 Del Ray turned SoCal Street Racer/Gasser. Built with only used and refurbished original and NOS GM parts instead of reproduction “blister-pack” ones, this is one of the most thoughtfully built period correct 1960s/1970’s style Gasser’s Colin has ever seen. But this Bel Air isn’t all beauty, it did 12:40’s going 110MPH in the 1/4 mile and has a Z28 low-end built for a 7300 RPM redline. Stick around to find out why this Bel Air is worth so much!
This episode is presented by Hemmings
Just because you remove the front bumper doesn’t make it a “gasser”. As usual you take somebody’s overpriced restoration and parade it as something it is not. Gassers by definition should have a front straight axle and have a gutted interior. This one is wrong on both counts.