1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
ID# 109652
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air. 2 door hardtop is red and white.

Has a 327 from a 68 Camaro that was overhauled just before I bought it in 1988.

4-speed transmission.

The interior is from a 60-something (probably 63 or 64) Impala SS.
Had all new wiring harnesses, new fuel tank, and front disk brakes / power brakes installed a few years ago.

Just had the following work done: solenoid, new Holly Classic 4 barrel carb, new radiator, heater/defroster/vent cables, heater control valve, heater hoses, spark plug wires, new glove box.

Asking Price: A$50,040
Secure Handover: A$417
Transport to terminal: A$765
Preparation/Quarantine: A$168
Packing/Customs/Shipping: A$1,893
Unpacking: A$269
Broker: A$262
GST: A$5,193
Sub Total: A$59,007
Local Port Costs
Brisbane Fees: A$450
Fremantle Fees: A$685
Sydney Fees: A$650
Melbourne Fees: A$600
Price range: A$59,456 - A$59,691
Additional Services
Inspection: A$660
Marine Insurance: A$530

If the Sub Total for this vehicle exceeds A$65,000 Luxury Car Tax will be applied by Australian Customs.

All West Coast vehicles that do not have wood as part of their manufacture (eg pickup truck with wooden bed or old vehicle with wood interior) and qualify for our pre-cleaning certification are guaranteed to pass Australia Quarantine upon entry. If they do not pass there will be NO additional cleaning costs charged to you.

The above price includes NATA Approved Asbestos Testing on all West Coast vehicles. If they test positive for asbestos only in the brakes, there will be an A$400 fee for the removal, installation of new brake pads and reinspection. The A$400 fee does not include the cost for the new brake pads. If asbestos is found elsewhere we will consult with you what options you have to move forward.

We are working on a similar solution for the East Coast vehicles.



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