Gateway Classic Cars Houston Showroom is proud to present this
classy red 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop. When you think of a
classic car that symbolizes the American tradition, the '57 Chevy
is that car. This '57 Bel Air has a nice bright red paint job
accompanied by a newly refurbished interior that was just redone in
2021. The door panels, seating, headliner, carpet, and dash were
redone, and now look better than they did in 1957! This classic
"Tri-Five" is powered by a 350 CID V8 crate engine, which is backed
by a column-shifted 700R4 (4-speed) automatic transmission. The 350
is topped by a big Holley 4BBL carb on a high-rise aluminum intake,
along with finned aluminum valve covers. Coated headers get the
exhaust moving out the dual exhaust setup and add to the looks
under hood. The powerplant is further assisted by the serpentine
belt drive system, and cooling is handled by a big electric pusher
fan with its Derale controller. A polished master cylinder and
brake booster, as well as a polished Powermaster alternator add
some pizazz to the engine bay. Front disc/rear drum brakes provide
for smooth, sure stops; and the radial tires wrapping its classic
Cragar aluminum mags help improve handling. This '57 Bel Air is
also equipped with AM Radio, Cloth seating with Vinyl trim, Power
Brakes, Power Steering, and Seat Belts. Contact our Houston
showroom by email or phone to get more info on this classic Bel Air
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
Interior Color:Red & bLACK
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