This 1957 Chevrolet 210 is for sale in our Louisville KY showroom. 1957 was a grand year for Chevrolets passenger car division. It actually started in 55 with the introduction of the first "small block". Starting with an original displacement of 265 CI it was a favorite for drag racing and a formidable force for circle track racing. By 1957 not only had the 210 grew fins, the motor had picked up an additional 18 CI turning it into the now classic 283. This 57 looks to have had a complete restoration and is a great example of the classic '57 Chevy. The 283 V-8 looks just as good as it did in 1957. The heads sitting on top the small block are correct to the engine. A nice Edelbrock Carburetor has been added to insure the 327 gets plenty of fuel. The period correct power steering will make driving this 210 an absolute dream. The body on this "tri-five" is in good shape, though originally a two tone car, Charcoal/Ivory, the decision was made to go with the always in style double black. With the gold trim and chrome in excellent shape it seems to make the black paint that much deeper. One thing can be said for sure the lines and gaps on this 210 are better than when it rolled of the line in 57. It even has the side skirts just in case you want to give it a different look. If you are looking for the classic Americana hotrod, then look no further. Options on this 1957 Chevrolet 210 include; Power Steering, Cloth/Vinyl Interior, AM/FM Radio with Cassette Player, Amplifier/Equalizer Steel Wheels with Hub Caps wrapped in Radial Tires. To view this 1957 Chevrolet 210 in greater detail, including an HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com or our Louisville KY Showroom. For more information please call at 812-294-1555 or email Louisville@gatewayclassiccars.com.
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