This custom 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air underwent a frame-off
restoration 5 years ago and is powered by an LS3 V8 crate engine
producing 495hp with 473 ft/lbs of torque backed by a 700R4
automatic transmission with 5,200 miles since completion. Equipped
with headers and MagnaFlow mufflers. It sits on an Art Morrison
Enterprises frame with Kugel Komponents front and rear independent
suspension with heavy duty round tube control arms in the rear, a
panhard bar, an anti-roll bar, plus dual coilovers on each end. The
3.55:1 gears in a limited-slip differential turns the aftermarket
Corvette axles. The front end is suspended with tubular A-arms and
coilovers with an anti-roll bar. The chromed power rack & pinion
steering takes the effort out of turning corners. Stopping power is
provided by drilled and slotted 12-inch rear disc brakes with
13-inch front disc brakes as well as an ABS power master cylinder
and booster. Finished in two-tone Cream and Burnt Orange Metallic,
the exterior features a rear bumper that was customized with a
nomad center section. The interior features three tones of leather,
electric BMW seats, a tilt steering column, Billet Specialties
steering wheel, a floor shifter, Vintage Air climate control,
Classic Instruments gauges and a Kenwood sound system with Pioneer
speakers and power AMP. It was featured in MotorTrend Magazine and
rides on Billet Specialties turbine-style wheels.
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
Exterior Color:CREAM, BURNT ORANGE METALLIC
Interior Color:TAN & CREAM ACCENTS
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