One of the most revered automobiles from the 1957 era was the Chevrolet Bel Air. Art & Speed is, therefore, pleased to offer this stunning example for your consideration. The current asking price as of this writing is set at $61,900. This ’57 Chevy Bel Air Hardtop Coupe was treated to a no-expense-spared quality restoration, as is evidenced by the excellent condition. It’s ready to be used as car shows or just as a luxury driver for you and your family.
Starting at the exterior, this beauty was recently refinished in its original Tuxedo Black base color with a lustrous clear finish on a remarkably straight body. Equipped with the gold trim package, this classic has just the right amount of accented appeal. It is presented with beautiful chrome and brightwork that shines in any lighting. This ’57 Bel Air sports deluxe front and rear bumper guards with the optional deluxe lower deck lid trim as well. The whole ride sits on new wide whitewall radial tires and original wheel covers.
Moving along to the interior, this classic really is a looker. The cabin has been reupholstered in the original red, black, and silver combination (correct code 683). It’s a very original example with just the right amount of modern updates to bring it up to speed. This Bel Air boasts nice carpeting, seat belts, the original radio, factory steering wheel, and bright interior chrome. It also includes power steering, modern power disc brakes, and modern air conditioning to make this car a true pleasure to drive.
This Bel Air is powered by a 283 cubic-inch V8 engine mated to a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with an overdrive conversion. Pop the hood at your next local car show and watch the spectators ooh and ahh at the clean and nicely detailed engine compartment. Other noteworthy features include the true dual exhaust, the AC/Delco battery, new gas tank, and solid undercarriage.
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