Hey all I'm going to be spending some time in the States in 2020. While I'm there I'm pretty interested in buying a clapped out 55 Chevy Bel Air to get on the road. If I move back to NSW Australia there's a good chance I'd wanna bring said 55 Chevy with me. I got a few questions about what kind of upgrades I might be able to get away with in terms of NSW legalities. Basically I'd want a pretty stock 55, but with a few key mods for driveability and stance. I'd like the car to be a daily driver. The mods I'd like to do are: Later 283 or 327 (with roller cam, roller rockers, flowy heads, electronic ignition and possibly EFI) Later gearbox - either a T5 or an auto perhaps say a T700 Air conditioning unit Stereo 500 series power steering upgrade with a collapsible steering column New upper A arms with 5 degree caster built in (better fit for power steering) 2" dropped spindles 2" dropped rear leaves Front discs Cragar style wheels. Possibly 16" or 17" Retractable seat belts Now, I figure some of this stuff I wont get away with. I believe discs, spindles, new upper A arms and Cragars could all be no-no's. But I'd like a fresh motor and trans, and if I gotta unbolt and retrofit some stuff then, that's what I'd do. If anyone's got experience I'd love to hear it. There's this thing called a Pre 1989 import rule (https://www.infrastructure.gov.au/vehicles/imports/import_options/pre1989scheme.aspx ) but in typical Australian fashion it is vague and open to interpretation. Whatta you recon guys? And thanks in advance!