62 Bel Air Customized

Sanity a fully customized 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air - Don't Dream It, Build It

RMD Garage of Long Beach, California displayed one of their newest creations at SEMA 2017. Sanity, a 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air, designed by Velocity star Ralph Holguin.

If there was a sudden moment when no more new cars were ever produced and the only all-new cars available would be resurrected customs, ‘Sanity’ would have to be the top-of-the-line release.

This frame-off customization of a ’62 Chevrolet is rebuilt to the highest standards in every last detail. Recessed glass, brushed anodized aluminum trim, ‘Transformer’ robot style seating, smoothed panel engine compartment, and electronic accessories offer the best in design which results in pleasing eye-candy.

Brush anodized aluminum effect on bumpers and remodeled grille. The brushed theme continues throughout Sanity a '62 Chevrolet Bel-Air bubble top

The LED headlights blend with brushed anodized aluminum finishes on the bumper, headlight surrounds, and redesigned grille.

Interior view of Sanity, RMD Garage's creation of the 1962 bubble top Bel-Air

Perfectly matched red finishes broadly applied across leather seating, accessories, and paint color. There is only two color tones in this entire car. Red and grey.

Image of side window and interior view of Chevrolet Bel-Air custom

Looking like the car is already occupied with robots, ‘Transformer’ style seats ad to Sanity’s futuristic appearance. A clever crossover between an early ’60s classic and the distant future. Interior by Joe Sanchez and Ralph Holguin.

RMD Garage of Long Beach's creation - rear corner view of Sanity, a 1962 Chevrolet Bel-Air frame off customization

The best view of all bubble-top Bel-Air Chevs, the rear-quarter glass view. These slim lines have been retained from the original in this smart design enhancement by Ralph Holguin.

  • Sanity is powered by a turnkey LS3 – Chevrolet’s 6.2 liter 550 hp modern classic engine coupled to a 460 LD transmission.
  • Door poppers and trunk operated electronically by smartphone.
  • Art Morrison sport chassis.
  • 16 inch Wilwood six calliper brakes.
  • Wheels: Raceline. Front: 20″ x 9.5″ Rear: 20″ x 12″
  • Kicker Audio.
  • Vintage Air.

Visit RMD Garage if you want to buy this hot ride from the USA.



Post Author: Alan O'Neill

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