The rear tires are also BF Goodrich items, sized 275/60R/15's, also mounted on custom billet wheels. Sutton says he wanted heavy duty wheels to hold the power that the blown, fuel injected 454 produces.
Sutton was determined to stuff the most potent big block Chevy engine he could under the hood of his '55 Chevy. A Street & Performance computerized fuel injection unit is boosted by a ProCharger supercharger, seen in the lower right of this photo.
Dennis Sutton's 's '55 Chevy Bel Air is a different kind of `survivor car.' It was torn to pieces by the tornado that devastated Haysville in 1991 during its first rebuild, but was reconstructed by the determined owner, who turned it into this beautiful Brandywine supercharged street machine.