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Interesting Finds: 1957 Chevrolet Cameo Restomod Pickup

Bel Air inspired


ClassicCars TV brings you along to check out this 1957 Chevrolet Cameo restomod pickup designed by Steve Stanford and built by Randy Haapala of The Body Palace. Under the hood lies an LS6 454 big-block delivering over 500 horsepower, and it is paired with a B&M TH400 automatic with Gear Vendors overdrive. The custom chassis features a TCI IFS system up front with adjustable coil-over shocks; out back, you’ll find a TCI stainless steel four-link rear suspension and Currie nine-inch rear with 4.11 gears.

This pickup-with-car-styling is finished in House of Kolor Sunset Orange with airbrushed Bel Air-inspired side trim. Having won Best in Show at the Oakland Roadster Show in the past, this Chevy appeared at the Barrett-Jackson 2024 Palm Beach Auction and found a new owner for $99,000.

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