1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible
Another stunning two four barrel Bel Air convertible has just been added to the inventory with the other amazing vehicles here at R&R. This spectacular auto recently was the recipient of a high dollar frame off nut & bolt restoration. Nothing was overlooked, all drivetrain, mechanicals, interior and rust free body were treated to only the best products available.
A numbers matching 283 cubic inch two four barrel Carter carburetor V8 engine with correct factory “batwing” air cleaner and dual exhaust is mated to a two-speed automatic transmission, both perform flawlessly. The show quality Matador red finish is spectacular, enhanced with a white vinyl power convertible top and stunning silver/red vinyl upholstery with black carpet and red Chevrolet scripted rubber floor mats. Some options include power steering, electric windshield wipers, AM “wonderbar” radio, rear fender skirts and BF Goodrich Silvertown 750-14 wide white wall tires with spinner full wheel covers. Exceptionally detailed undercarriage boasting correct primered body floors and painted inner panels, black frame and natural finish steering components.
It’s a written fact that fewer “dual four barrels” than “fuelies” V8 Bel Air’s were assembled, a spectacular auto for the discerning collector.
Price $109,000.00 USD
DATA PLATE DECODING
VC =Belair 8 Cylinder
802= Exterior color Matador red
683=Interior trim, silver & red
1067D=Style, Belair Convertible
FD= 283 V8 (270hp) with 2x 4 Brl Carbs, powerglide
A shiny Chevy grille, a little electrical tape, and we were stylin’, at least for a weekend
The Pick of the Day is a Chevy that packs the big-block performance V8 that was the subject of a famous Beach Boys song
This is the 12th vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
AutoAncestry leads new owner to the shops that restored his show-quality car
In 1958, I turned 16 and got my first car, a ’50 Chevy convertible my two older sisters had abandoned.
In the early 1970s, when I was 5 years old, my grandmother bought a ’71 Chevrolet Chevelle.
With Spring upon us I can’t help but daydream of road trips – those perfect moments when you don’t have a care in the world, the windows are down, and your favorite song is on the radio.
What fascinates me about the Chevrolet Bel Ai is not only how it became an iconic classic car but an American icon over the last 60-or-so years since it debuted as an everyday family car.
A couple of years ago I was attending the Turkey Rod Run in Daytona Beach.