1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air 2 Dr HT DGC0933. VIN C57T 220933. 350 V-8,
Dual Quads, Richmond 4 Speed, Dual Cruise Fans, Power Steering,
Power 4wheel Disc Brakes. This is one eye catching '57 with it's
bright red paint 5 spoke American Racing Wheels. This is a fun car
to drive, especially with great sounding engine and exhaust. There
are many upgrades that make this car a great driver. The engine has
some horsepower to go along with the great sound it produces. The
transmission is a Richmond 4 speed and it works smoothly. This is a
driver quality car. The paint shines and draws your eye, but there
are lots of small fisheyes throughout the whole car. There is a
wave in the passenger side rear fender in front of the wheel. There
is a crack in the body on the drivers side on the corner of the
rear window where the chrome meets the body. All 4 roll up window
frames are pitted and rough looking. The chrome bumpers look good.
The trim on the sides of the car has several small dents. The
interior is in great shape. A 1959 El Camino wheel adds a nice
custom touch to the interior. Custom dash with VDO gauges. This car
has a new frame and the underside of the car is clean and solid, I
didn't find any signs of rust in the undercarriage. This is a great
looking car with lots of subtle upgrades, but it is a driver
quality car and it is not perfect. I would enjoy owning a car like
this because it's fast, sounds good, easy to drive, and it's not a
trailer queen that you'd be afraid to take out.
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