This Chevrolet Bel Air convertible is a fine example of 1950s
American motoring at its best. In concours rotisserie-restored
condition, the Bel Air sports its iconic code-799 Tropical
Turquoise finish. Well-known Snodgrass Chevy Restorations completed
the concours-grade rotisserie restoration on this 1957 Chevrolet
Bel Air, returning the convertible to factory-original condition in
every aspect, from the authentically detailed engine compartment to
correct factory markings and undercarriage. The exterior chrome and
brightwork shines nicely, as well as the side trim that extends
down the entire side of the over 17-foot automobile. A white power
convertible top lets the sunshine in on the interior. Blue and
white two-tone vinyl bench seats adorn the cabin, which is optioned
with an AM radio and electric clock. Under the hood is a 265ci V8
engine with a 4-barrel carburetor putting out plenty of horsepower
to the dual exhaust system. Power is transferred to the pavement
via the Powerglide 2-speed automatic transmission selected by means
of the column shifter. The Bel Air rides on BFGoodrich Silvertown
wide whitewall tires with full disc hubcaps and 3-bar spinners.
Further features and options include power steering, power brakes,
deluxe heater and dual chrome exterior mirrors. An Antique
Automobile Club of America Car of the Year Nominee and National
First Prize Winner in 2016, this 1957 Bel Air convertible has been
driven a mere 26 miles since completion. From the Raser Collection.
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