<h2>1957 Larkspur Blue Hardtop Corvette</h2>GENERAL INFORMATION: In the world of 1957 Chevys, restored original examples are increasingly rare. This VCCA award winning 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Hard Top received a factory correct restoration (rotisserie) by a veteran restorer and highly regarded judge of 1957 Chevys in the Vintage Chevrolet Club of America (VCCA). If you desire a restored-to-original 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Hard Top to drive, show, or add to your collection, this one is ready for your inspection. You will find it located in MICHIGAN. The owner of this beautiful 1957 Bel Air collects and restores vintage and classic Chevrolets. As a 1957 Chevrolet judge with the VCCA, he is very knowledgeable about correct factory authentic restorations. Yes, you might notice there are a couple of non-factory details that have been added to this Chevy just because the owner wanted them. These details can easily be changed back to factory original. What are they you may ask? Call me and I will tell you. Every part of this 1957 Chevy Bel Air Hard Top including the smallest fastener has been restored and/or replaced with N.O.S parts or accurate reproductions. The 283 cubic inch �Chevrolet engine has been overhauled and bored .030. The internal parts were selected to replicate the factory spec as close as possible. The odometer was set back to zero when the engine was installed. It now shows only 562 miles when recently photographed. SPECIFICATIONS/OPTIONS as reported by the owner: This stunning and rare original 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air was ordered with the Larkspur Blue body and Imperial Ivory Top. The two-tone blue vinyl and cloth interior was also selected. The engine was ordered with the "Power Pack" 4-barrel carburetor option. A two-speed Powerglide automatic transmission was also checked on the order page as was the "Signal-Seeking" AM Radio. Tinted windshield and fourteen inch white-wall "tubeless" bias-ply tires (Coker reproduction) completed the option choices. CONDITION RATING: The owner rates the overall cosmetic condition of his 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Hard Top at a 9,5. Ten would be perfect which just happens to be what he rates the paint, chrome, stainless, aluminum, glass, and interior. The engine bay and chassis need some very minor detailing to bring them up to "10" and ready for judging . All the normal maintenance has been done on this 1957 Bel Air Hard Top and it is ready for you to enjoy. The driveline and lights and switches and mechanical parts operate properly as they should. This Chevy rides and handles and performs like it was new. �Well.....it actually is new if you think about it. TRANSPORTED TO YOUR LOCATION: No matter where you live, delivery can be arranged anywhere worldwide at a reasonable cost. I am very experienced working with international Chevrolet enthusiasts and welcome all inquiries. INFORMATION REQUEST: For more information about this factory original 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Hard Top, call LARRY at 269-962-1788 (EST Michigan) or toll-free at 877-578-3883 or email Larry@TheVetteNet.com In business since 1998, THE VETTE NET (on the internet at www.TheVetteNet.com) has established itself as the premier resource for assisting classic car buyers and sellers. We have completed thousands of transactions worldwide and we're very proud of our reputation for integrity and excellent customer service. Our motto is under commit and over deliver and we guarantee a pleasant and straightforward experience.Body Style: HardtopnEngine Size: 283
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