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

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    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.

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