One of the most recognized icons in the automotive industry, the '57 Bel Air.
One of the most recognized icons in the automotive industry, the '57 Bel Air introduced minor improvements from the previous year like more chrome and and featured a golden grille set off with a heavy chrome bar that included parking lights. The rear fins were capped with chrome moldings and highlighted with anodized aluminum side trim panels. The fuel-filler door was was even concealed in the left rear chrome fin to clean up the lines of the car.
Under the hood the V8s got an increase in displacement to 283ci with optional max power output to 283 hp with the Ramjet continuous flow fuel injection.
|4-DR Townsman Wagon||27,375|
|Sport Hard Top Sedan||137,672|
|2-DR Nomad Wagon||6,103|
|Sport Hard top Coupe||166,426||Total Production||702,220|
|Engine||Size||Carb.||HP||0 to 60||Quarter mile|
|Super Turbo-Fire V8||283ci||1x4bbl/Ramject||270/283||9.9 sec||17.5 sec at 110 mph|
- 3-Speed Manual
- Powerglide Auto
- Turboglide Auto
Paint & Colors
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