1957 Chevy Bel Air Hardtop.
This is a rust-free dependable driver, that has been modified to upgrade the power plant and suspension.
Body work and paint is driver-quality - it has an older lacquer repaint of the correct blue & white color scheme. The car looks great from 10 feet away. Up close, it shows some wear - minor chips in the paint, panel fit-up not that great. Some minor rust on the chrome. But it never fails to get a thumbs-up!
This car is very dependable and can be driven anywhere, safely and at highway speeds.
Here are all the goodies it has:
Engine: only 7,000 miles on a new 350 crate motor
Transmission: Turbo 400, rebuilt
Rear: 3:36 Ratio
Carburetor: 400CFM Edlebrock
Fan: Dakota Digital controls
Ignition: MSD Ignition, Digital E-Curve
Air Conditioning: Vintage Air
Frontrunner: Vintage Air
Brakes: Discs front; drum rear
Suspension: 2" dropped spindles
Wheels: American Racing Mags
Steering: Power Steering; Ididit steering column
Interior: Ultra Leather, Custom Autosound Radio
Exhaust: New, dual, aluminized
Wiring: New American Auto Wire Highway-22 Harness
Paint: Older Lacquer repaint