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Make: Chevrolet
Model: Bel Air/150/210
SubModel: Hard Top
Type: Hardtop
Trim: Hard Top
Year: 1957
Mileage: 794
VIN: VC57F124817
Color: Black
Engine: 283 V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 Hard Top Additional Info:

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Hard Top mixes cool classic pieces, like the year-correct small block and a three-speed manual with well-integrated upgrades like a modern four-barrel and upgraded driving music. It makes for an attractive total package for those who like to have a iconic classic that's also nicer to drive.

This is the kind of coupe we all dream about. After all, you can't get more all-American than a '57 Bel Air hardtop. And this really takes some time to makes sure it looks great. The black paint was an upgrade later in life, and that means it retains a nice gloss in the sunshine. This dark color also allows to really show off the brightwork, which is exactly what we all love about the '57 Chevy. The artful front bumper with integrated grille, dual rocket-like hood ornaments, gold anodized trim, factory wheel covers, and the iconic full-length trim with fan inserts to accentuate the tailfins - it's all part of a complete and shining package that's sure to trigger nostalgia in those you pass. Even the little details, like the whitewall tires, fender skirts, and blue dot taillights all come together for a quality cruiser package.

We love a pillarless hardtop because it has such a cool look, and it means people can always get a good look at the interior. There's more deep black inside to coordinate nicely when all the windows are down. And now it's joined by bold red for a distinct look. The whole presentation is quite correct, right down to the copper piping on the seats. There are crisp, clean gauges behind the highly stylized Bel Air steering wheel. The rest of the chrome on the dash looks amazing, and if you look closely, you can spot the upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo with digital tuner that fits into the original knob-style opening. That way you can play modern tunes while you roll all the windows down and show off the pillarless profile.

Part of what makes these cars a legend is that the Tri-Fives were the ones to introduce the Chevy small block V8. You'll happily tell this story as you lift the hood to show off the 1957 date-coded 283 cubic-inch motor. It has a great look with the bold orange radiating from within the dark engine bay. And as you look closer, you'll see upgrades like an electronic ignition and Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. It makes for a stronger-running classic. And speaking of driving, there's just a special vintage feeling from a column-shifted three-speed manual transmission.

This Bel Air hardtop is a true classic that was made for you to enjoy to the fullest. So if you're looking to drive you icons, call today!