1957 Chevrolet Bel Air hard top. In 57, the Chevy lineup ranged from 150s to Bel Airs with the hard top being arguably the most attractive body available. The hard tops had no B post which gave a seamless look, especially with all the windows rolled down. This particular example certainly looks sharp in red paint. The trim is all there and looks beautiful from stem to stern. The bumpers are beautifully chromed and make for a great place to fix your hair in their mirror finish. The rain guards snap into place wonderfully, possibly even smoother than when the car was new. Some nice period upgrades on this one are: fender skirts. This one retains the original style hub caps and wide large white wall tires. Under the hood the factory appearance has been kept as well. This car sports a 283 CID V8 Backing the V8 is a auto transmission which is shifted on the column. Driving this car is a joy partly because of the beautiful interior. The black and red upholstery LOOKS new ..... AFTER MARKET UPGRADES INCLUDE ( VINTAGE AIR ) RADIAL TIRES
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