VERY SOLID, 350 V8, 4 SPD MANUAL, NICE INTERIOR, CLEAN, TRUE BEL AIR, GR8 PRICE!
You're looking at the rarest version of the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air coupe, that also happens to have a great color combo, four-on-the-floor, and a performance-built 350 crate motor. And just in case you were wondering, yes, this American icon is really that affordable.
A Bel Air like this looks its best when in a '50s-correct color like the blue you see here. It only gets better in a correct white top two-tone appearance with a total package that takes advantage of the shine that comes from a modern clearcoat. You know a Bel Air by its acres of chrome and stainless trim, and thankfully all is present on this coupe. It includes the wide grille and bumper package with Dagmars as large as the headlights; the full-length body trim that ends in the iconic bright tailfins; and the brightwork that surrounds every window and flows from the passenger compartment right into the rear bumper. This one stays true to the original design right down to the steel wheels with bright hubcaps. These are true icons, and a pillared coupe is one of the rarest you can get your hands on today. Only convertible and wagon Bel Airs have lower production numbers, and we all know how expensive they can be.
The bright blue interior is sure to draw all the right attention. Just like the exterior, it's a great '50s piece where the seats match the door panels and dash. The steering wheel continues this color scheme, and the chrome ring nicely coordinates with all the other brightwork on the dash. This is a true work of art that no car company could re-create today. But besides the retro-cool appearance, there are some great driving features. Your right hand may never want to leave the Hurst shifter. Plus, a Sunpro Super Tach II has been discreetly added to the steering column to provide very necessary info while still looking like it came from the factory. Just so everyone else is entertained, this '57 Chevy also comes with an AM/FM/cassette stereo that has a classic knob style to fit in nicely with the interior.
One look under the hood, and you'll see a nice investment in making this classic a strong runner. That bold-looking block is a Chevy 350 crate V8. It has been topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor so it can inhale deeply, and the dual exhaust gives it a nice presence on the streets. This one is built to be a bit of a sporty coupe, and so you have complete control over the upgraded V8 with the four-speed manual transmission. Plus it has new shocks, sway bar, and lower springs in front, as well as updated rear shocks. It's a total package that focuses on keeping you connected to the road – an unfortunately disappearing attitude in the classic car world today.
The rarest of the genuine Bel Air coupes has all the right features and is available now at an unbelievably affordable price. You know a car this good won't last very long in our showroom. Call today!
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