This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible is presented in a Larkspur
Blue finish with a complementary blue cloth power convertible top.
Chevrolet designers redesigned the Bel Air for 1957 with an artful
front bumper with integrated grille, dual rocket-like hood
ornaments, factory wheel covers and gold anodized trim. Under the
hood of this classic is the Chevrolet 283ci small-block V8 engine,
which is paired with a Powerglide automatic transmission. Power is
maximized by the 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust system. The
full presentation in the engine compartment features a glossy black
background for the shiny orange engine block, Chevrolet script on
the valve covers, correct generator and all the proper components
and fasteners. Underneath the drop-top is the same high-level of
craftsmanship, with every element properly restored to a
factory-new condition. A very thorough and accurate restoration was
performed in recent years by distinguished Tri-Five specialists at
Snodgrass Chevy Restoration at great expense, and the car has been
mechanically sorted to be enjoyable and reliable to drive, although
few miles have been accumulated since completion. From the Raser
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