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Not your typical Black Widow clone! The best way to describe this is a numbers-matching original restoration of an
unmolested true Black & White 150 model that came from Texas. All numbers match and the car with date codes
supporting a mid-December, 1956 build date. The car retains its original VIN and Cowl tag to prove it.
While the car was being restored, most every period correct Nascar modification was done to it within reason, to
keep it street legal and easy to drive and enjoy. With that in mind, it does not have the Rochester Fuel Injection,
but instead has the more reliable 270HP with correct dual four WCFB, Duntov 097 cam, and 997 heads that were unique
to dual four engines. Keeping it correct to the trim tag, it retains a back seat and has lap belts for safety. It
has the original Borg-Warner 3 speed manual transmission, with the shifter moved from the column to the floor using
a period correct Fenton model.
Some ultra rare items this car has that very few clones have:
Heavy Duty Radiator
20 gallon fuel tank
6 lug wheels all around
Fenton cast iron headers
Exhaust through frame rails
8 spiral shocks
Modified master cylinder
Truck rear end with 3.36 gears
Cobblestone interior from NOS roll of fabric
Some prestigious awards this car has received:
Classic Chevy International Platinum Certificate 998 points
1st Annual Tri-Five Nationals Street Rodder Magazine Top Ten Award
NHRA Hot Rod Reunion Class Winner / Top 50
Ducktail Run Class Winner (5 times)
James Dean Run Class Winner (6 times)
All sheet metal on this car is original to it except the deck lid, which was taken from another rust free car.
This is one of the most solid '57s I've ever restored. The odometer said 25k on it before the restoration, never
really sure if this was 125k or not. I have pictures of the complete restoration so any questions can be answered.
The car runs flawlessly and has been driven less than 5, 000 miles since restoration.