This 1957 Chevrolet 210 has a crisp look, upgraded V8,
four-on-the-floor, and an overall street machine attitude. So the
icon you love is also the coolest cruiser around.
This two-tone is an attractive package. The yellow has a boldness
that can be seen from blocks away, and the white is a stylish
addition on the roof and an insert in the iconic side trim. This is
an old-school kind of cruiser...the kind of car that was built to
have fun on the asphalt. You see that in the details, like the dual
exhaust tips and the Rally wheel upgrade with extra wide rear
rubber. So while you see a '57 Chevy, and you can't help but think
about the way to brighten the paint and polish all the hallmark
chrome, take a moment to appreciate this full package already
presented here. Right now it captures the kind of cruiser feeling
you'd see out on an American Graffiti kind of Saturday night.
The interior continues that classic custom cruiser feeling. The
diamond stitch pattern on both rows of seats has a vintage tuck and
roll kind of style. And the full side panels were done to match,
too. And because a car like this is all about the driver, this
Chevy has been upgraded with a sports steering wheel, auxiliary
gauges, and a Hurst floor shifter.
The dark engine bay really draws your eye to the polished air
grabber and valve covers in the middle. And that's when you start
to recognize the solid powerhouse. The Tri-Five Chevys may have
launched the small block era, but they never got anything as large
as this 350 cubic-inch V8. It inhales deeply with an Edelbrock
four-barrel carburetor and Weiand intake. And it exhales with a
sweet sound as headers add power and rumble to the dual exhaust.
The four-speed manual transmission means you are in complete
control of this enhanced V8. There's also a good set of traction
bars on the rear suspension. Plus, the power brakes w/discs up
front and a nice tread on wide modern tires really let you enjoy
this street machine to the fullest.
This is the icon built to be a true classic cruiser. So don't let
this rumbling '57 Chevy go home into someone else's garage, call
1957 Chevrolet 210
Location:Lithia Springs, Georgia
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