1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Hardtop Custom
This fabulous running and driving car came to us from a collector that knows quality and understands attention to detail.� Here's your chance to own a fine '57 Bel Air.� The fit and finish on this '57 are very good it is an older restoration with some newer chrome and stainless upgraded recently.� Under the hood the attention to detail shows .� Everything is clean and refurbished and this one goes down the road great. � You can enjoy this eye catching Onyx Black '57 today for the fraction of what it would cost to build.� Don't miss it!
� Finished in highly visible mirror gloss Onyx Black on a rock solid body
� Immaculate original style Black and Silver Vinyl interior with great carpet, head liner, and door panels
� The Chrome, Stainless, and Gold Anodized Trim are all in good shape
� Highly Detailed 283 cid V8 with correct valve covers and up graded to a new alternator
� The power is channeled through a smooth shifting upgraded 3 speed automatic Turbo 350 Transmission
� The Rear End gear is 3.36 for great all around performance
� Stopping is power comes from correct front and rear drums
� The Weather Stripping and Seals are newer
�� The glass is tinted with drivers outside mirror there are some minor wiper marks in the windshield
� The exhaust is a full dual system with a great note
� All the stainless and chrome are in good shape
� There is a spare, jack, and mat in the detailed trunk
� At the corners are 15 inch American Racing Torque Thrust Wheels
� Contact to the road is handled with like new P215/65R15 Black Wall Radials
� There is a correct In-Dash AM radio
Here is an opportunity to enjoy the Classic American Icon with outstanding comfort and drivability.� And it's ready today!
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