Frame-off restoration ... Less than 500 miles ... 355 HP GMPP ZZ4 350 CID V-8 ... Medium Red Metallic ... Leather interior ... TH-400 automatic ...
There is perhaps no more iconic car from the 1950s than that 1957 Chevrolet coupe. With its soaring tailfins and abundance of chrome trim, this is a car that is recognized and appreciated all the world over.
Whether cruising or showing is your pleasure, you will love this frame-off restored 1957 Chevrolet 210 post coupe with Bel Air trim. Finished in laser straight Medium Red Metallic, this car has a mirror like finish that is further accentuated by its new chrome and stainless steel bright work. American racing wheels complete the package.
This car’s eye-catching exterior was not done at the expense of quality interior workmanship. The interior features genuine leather seats in charcoal gray, custom VDO gauges, a Lokar look-alike 4-speed shifter, and Billet window crank and door release handles. Other items contributing to its new appearance are new glass and weather-stripping.
Under the hood is a new GM Performance Parts ZZ4 350 CID V-8 featuring 355 HP and 405 ft./lbs. of torque, mated to a new Turbo Hydramatic 400 automatic transmission with a mild stall converter. Other performance upgrades include the following:
Aluminum drive shaft
Moser 9” Ford rear end with locking differential
Front disk brakes
Electric fuel pump
Braided stainless steel fuel delivery lines
Stainless steel brake lines
Barry Grant Speed Demon carburetor
Zoops serpentine system
MSD ignition with rev limiter
Ron Francis wiring harness
Fluidyne aluminum radiator
Flowmaster American Thunder dual exhaust system
Having less than 500 miles since its frame-off restoration was completed, this car runs and drives as well as it looks.
If an iconic classic with the performance features of today is what you desire, this 1957 Chevy post coupe is for you!