Pete Pascucci’s 1957 Chevrolet Belair
Pete Pascucci took 3 years to completely restore this beauty himself. Except for the paint and tranny, he brought the interior and exterior almost completely back to an original stock Belair. Under the hood, he changed it up a bit. The competition engine in this baby is a 327 with bore 30 over, 11/1 pistons, solid lifter high performance cam shaft, roller rockers, high performance duel heads with a 750 Holley carburetor, master cylinder disc brakes and a Davids4Speeds Muncie 22 transmission.
The vehicle is driven to local car shows in Florida, and is not for sale.
About his transmission, Pete said, “It’s perfect. Absolutely perfect. A great transmission I’d recommend to others.”