1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air 2dr Hardtop, gorgeous burgundy paint with gray ghost flames on burgundy/white vinyl interior, Lecarra custom steering wheel, automatic transmission, 350 C.I. V-8, 4-bolt main, flat top pistons, 276 hydraulic CAM, polished dual plane intake, 600 CFM Edelbrock carburetor with electric choke, chrome valve covers, air cleaner, hi-amp alternator, and waterpump, aluminum radiator, aluminum pulleys, power front disc brakes, power steering, MSD ignition, dual exhaust, Boyds billet wheels, this is a beautiful shoebox!! a ton of money put into this car, guaranteed to turn every head it passes! runs and drives like new, a remarkably restored '57 Chev Bel-Air priced to sell fasssssst, just $39,950.00
A NEGOTIABLE DOCUMENTARY SERVICE FEE OF UP TO ONE HUNDRED FIFTY DOLLARS MAY BE ADDED TO SALE PRICE. ADD EXPIRES 9/30/2017. VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. DEALER/AUSTIN'S PRO/MAX, 5602 S. TACOMA WAY, TACOMA, WA 98409. 253-472-1709
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