1957 Chevrolet BelAir

 

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

350 c.i. 4bbl. Crate V8 - Chrome & Billet Dress - Polished Aluminum Intake

TH350 3-Speed Automatic Transmission with B&M Shifter & Finned Chrome Pan w / Drain

Custom Ultra-Leather Interior - Bucket Seating - Center Console

Custom Dual Exhaust System

Classic Instruments Gauges

Tilt Steering Column

Power Steering - Updated

Power Front Disc Brakes - Updated

Air Conditioning - Incomplete - Needs Finished - Compressor Only

17-Inch Eagle Alloy Wheels - 245/45ZR17s x 4

JVC AM/FM DVD/CD Stereo EXAD System 

Lower Body Moulding & Trunk Lid Trim


 

The exterior displays a good clean driver-quality black finish. The paint shows well throughout, but has several imperfections when you look closely. There are some chip touch-ups and other minor flaws I will detail in the photos. The stainless and chrome is in exceptional condition. All of the glass in also in good condition on this car. Check out this front bumper, Dagmars, and V8-BelAir exclusive gold grille & emblems.

The wheels of choice are these 17-inch Eagle Alloys wrapped in 245/45ZR17 rubber all around. The brakes have been updated with a power-assist front disc setup. The interior is tastefully done, finished in ultra-leather with custom bucket seating and a matching center console. The door panels are press-molded custom pieces, attractive. The door undersides are solid, right and left.

The steering column is a tilt unit, paired with a leather-wrapped billet steering wheel. The dash itself displays the factory BelAir trim in great shape along with updated Classic Instruments gauges. Under the hood is a 350 cubic inch crate V8 installed approximately 7,000 miles ago. This power plant is paired with a rebuilt TH350 3-speed automatic transmission, installed 6 months ago. Induction is courtesy of an Edelbrock 4bbl. carburetor atop a polished aluminum intake. Exhaust gases are expelled through reliable cast iron manifolds to a true dual exhaust system. Be sure to play the video and listen to this BelAir. It sounds and runs great.

An electric cooling fan keeps temperatures in check in the Texas heat. Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm solid sheet metal throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support. This car is not equipped with air conditioning or heat, although the A/C compressor is mounted and good. You can finished the air conditioning, or we would be happy to give you a quote for our facility to finish the air conditioning system for you.

The differential has a custom polished & finned cover. The photo above depicts a substantial scratch and amateur touch-up on the rear quarter panel. The undercarriage is in good condition, especially for a '57 Chevy. The flooring is in good condition throughout as are the braces. This car appears to be really solid throughout. Front disc brakes have been installed.  The original trim identification plate and vin plates are in place. The trunk is also fully restored, and the trunk pan still has its spare tire carrier indentation. The battery is mounted behind the Bowtie pressed panel.