Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present another piece of awesome
50's history. This here is a 1957 Chevrolet Belair 2 door hard top.
We all know that the tri chevy's were awesome back then and they
are more than ever today. This one that you are looking at is a
great example of why people loves these cars. The Sierra Gold paint
on this beauty shines like a diamond in the sun. This car was done
about 5 years ago and still presents very well to this day. The fit
and finish are in great shape. It will make you and everyone that
looks at it just want to run right over and check it out. These
chevy's are iconic and grab tons of attention wherever they go.
So now that we have your attention with the beautiful exterior of this sweet ride, take a stroll around to the driver door and slide in to this very comfortable interior. You are not going to find any rips or tears in the split bench front seat, the back seat, or headliner, and door panels. This car is truly that sweet. The miles you see on the odometer is what was on the car since new. There have been about 5000 miles put on this car since built. You can listen to all of your favorite tunes through the AM/FM radio that has been installed. So no just make sure that you have this baby in neutral and reach forward to hit that key.
Under the hood of this stunning 57 sits a 350 with a little over 300 HP. Plenty of motor and fun for a car like this. You aren't laying this in to corners at Sebring. This is about cruising, and occasionally a little stop light to stop light action. As we mentioned before, this motor has good break in miles on it and it rocks and rolls down the road. This is mated to a Muncie 4 speed manual transmission, and all of that goes out to a very highway friendly 3.08 rear gear. Have we said already that this is a super fun car to drive, well it is.
We just can not say enough good stuff about this car. It has the history, it has the look, and it has the drive line to put a permanent ear to ear grin on your face. It needs to be in your garage today. We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the option. They offer great rates and terms with as little as 10% down and no prepayment penalties. This way you don't have to take all of your cash out of the bank and once and pay it off when you want to. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.
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