One of the most beautiful cars made in America is the 1957
Chevrolet Bel Air Coupe. A true American icon, this one is finished
in the most desirable combination of Black with Red/Black interior.
Fully restored, this car shows better than new. Bodywork is
impeccable with minimal defects. Chrome and stainless brightwork
show well. But it also has a few unexpected twists..... Beautiful
full chrome wire wheels roll on new Coker Bias-Look wide whitewall
radial tires. The classic continental kit is the tasteful smaller
factory version. Factory fender skirts are stored in the trunk for
when you want that classic cruiser look.
After you get past the exterior glamour, this one is restored to
original. Original red and black fabric interior is in mint
condition. Powered from the 283 ci V8 is delivered to the road via
a column mounted 3-speed manual transmission. Power steering, power
brakes, modern air conditioning all make it a joy to drive.
The condition of the body, undercarriage, interior, engine
compartment, etc. are all in outstanding condition and ready to be
enjoyed whether you prefer to show or drive!
Not often found, this is an unusual 1957 Bel Air. Call Art & Speed
at 901-850-0507 before it sneaks away.
3-Speed Manual, "3 on the Tree"
Clean, Nicely Detailed Engine Compartment
True Dual Exhaust with X-Pipe
Optima Red Top Battery
Power Four Wheel Disc Brakes
New Coker Wide Whitewall Radial Tires with Bias Ply Look
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