This 1957 was the recipient of a full body-off renovation by famed
Tri-Five preservers Snodgrass Chevy Restoration that has resulted
in a show-quality Bel Air. Retaining its original drivetrain and
components, this Bel Air is presented in code-804 Inca Silver. Its
powertrain is the 283ci Power Pack 4-barrel engine with a dual
exhaust mated to the fabled Powerglide automatic transmission. This
Bel Air features manual steering and brakes that guide the
BFGoodrich Silvertown wide whitewall tires. Deluxe spinner hubcaps
complete the classic motif of this cruiser coupe. The cabin
possesses a totally redone and correct interior in the red-black
combination as specified on the car's Trim Tag. Other equipment
includes deluxe heat, electric clock, dual chrome exterior mirrors
and chrome rain guards. Inside the highly detailed trunk
compartment are correct vinyl coverings and a full-size spare tire
with jack. The undercarriage possesses the same level of excellence
in component correctness and quality condition. From the Raser
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