1957 Chevrolet Wagon with Custom Bel Air trim
Tri 5 Chevys are have never been out of style since they were first introduced. With clean crisp lines, stylish trim, and superb color combinations they endeared themselves into the American Automotive psyche and have stayed there ever since. This particular one is no exception to the rule and it's a wagon too boot. This customized wagon is powered by a strong 283 V8 with a Borg Warner T10 4 speed with floor shifter and 3.42 rear end. A strong, actually very strong, plus is the working Air Conditioning and power steering. The custom paint treatment is very classy with painted Bel Air faux trim inside the Bel Air Stainless body trim pieces. The Larkspur Blue color is fabulous and the stainless trim and chrome are very nice throughout. The interior is Ultra Leather bucket seats up front with matching rear. The brakes are stock and it rides on new 16 inch polished Torque Thrust Style wheels with new P235/60R16 blackwall radials. The previous owner loved and cherished this car, so if you are looking for that great driving and running 57 Chevy wagon that has a lifetime of cruising pleasure left in it, this one would be a joy to own.
Powered by smooth, detailed, and rebuilt 283 V8
The transmission is smooth shifting Borg Warner T10 with Hurst Shifter
Newer heat and air make this one a joy to drive
There is a new Tuned Dual Exhaust with a Mellow note
Finished in Mirror Larkspur Blue
New Power Steering makes this one a pleasure to drive
The interior is the black bucket seats in Ultra Leather
Bow Tie Logo Stereo in the dash with rear speakers
The engine bay is fully detailed
Very nice Stainless Trim and Chrome adorn the car
The wheels are 16 Inch Torque Thrust Style alloys
Tires are brand new P235/60R15 Black Wall Radials
Information is relayed to you via aftermarket gauges
Cut Pyle carpeting covers the floors/li>
The Headliner and trim are great
Children grown, they didn’t need a four-door with a back seat, so Anthony removed the unnecessary parts
The Pick of the Day combines Chevrolet big-block power with classic American styling for a visually stunning custom creation built to perform on the street.
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