It can also lay down some serious rubber, if you’d like.
Everyone loves the look and feel of a ’57 Chevy. Often featured in movies and television shows from the time period, it’s a car that will turn heads and get people talking. This particular 1957 Chevrolet 210 is a dreamy sports coupe with wonderful details that really show well, making for a great ride to take on cruises and to shows. It’s undergone a frame-off restoration, which usually means no stone was left unturned.
Your eyes just glide right over this car, it’s so smooth and attractive. The Imperial Ivory paint looks great, especially since it’s polished to a nice shine. With the Bel Air trim, this coupe comes with all kinds of upgrades. It also features the Continental Kit and rear wheel side skirts. Spinner hubcaps from the factory help preserve the look of this car, as do the various chrome parts like the bumpers and dual side mirrors.
Adding an interesting contrast with the exterior is a black and red cloth and vinyl interior. Vintage Air AC is included. Among the other amenities is power steering, power front disc brakes, and a more modern AM/FM cassette stereo.
Under the hood is a nice 283ci V8, which is period correct for the car. It works with a 4bbl carb and a 2-speed Powerglide automatic transmission, so all you need to do is work the gas and brake pedals. A dual exhaust system adds a sporty tone when you rev up the engine, which is always entertaining to hear.
Chevrolet offered the 210, which was a mid-range car in its lineup, from 1953 to 1957. In its final year of production, it was the most popular model line from Chevrolet, and that popularity continues today. This car is highly collectible and readily recognized by people all over, making for a wonderful investment and addition to your garage. To bid on this car, contact GAA Classic Cars.