1957 Chevy Bel Air

FEATURES INCLUDE:

 

350 cu in V-8

4 Speed Transmission

Continental Kit

Factory Wheels

 

 

 

 

This 57 came from a small collection of Chevys owned by a gentleman in Denton Texas. It was a total restoration a number of years ago.   The 57 Chevy is still a desirable model. This one is still very stock, other than the transformation to a 4 speed floor shift from the original column shift.    The gauges appear to be all original. The dash has been painted as well as the steering wheel, It has begun to bubble around the center.

There is a bit of pitting on the bright work, but the bumpers and stainless are in very good condition.    This is a 350 SBC from a 1978 m/t 200 hp Vette or Z-28.   The trunk is very clean and free of rust. There is no spare or jack.   The undercarriage is very nice and there is no sign of rust.   The body is straight and the fit of all body parts is very good. 

It is unfortunate, that when restored, the prep work on the paint was not perfect, and the paint has started to bubble on the roof, the hood and the trunk. There is also some pitting on the drivers door window chrome. The rest of the car looks great.      

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