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classic vintage chrome chevy tri-five bel air 350 v8 4-speed manual black

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Bel Air/150/210
Type: Hardtop
Year: 1957
Mileage: 85476
VIN: VC57A178740
Color: Black
Engine: 350 CI
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: --

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 Additional Info:

This is a real-deal VC-code 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air. And while the value price already has you quite attracted, you'll also see that this one also comes with some nice upgrades like a stout V8 and four-on-the-floor.
While we love all Tri-Five Chevys, we all know the '57 is king. The dual jet-inspired hood ornaments, wide chevron under the Chevrolet badging, and the extra-long tailfin trim - it's everything we want in a 1950s machine. Plus, they are also identifiable by tons of chrome, and it's great to see the full package present and shining. In fact, you'll be impressed with the mirror-like presentation on the iconic bumper and grille combo from day one. There's even an upgraded set of 15-inch polished alloys. The black paint has the right look for a street machine like this, and so we already like its attitude. But the great thing about the value price on this iconic Bel Air is it leaves room in the budget if you want to upgrade to a show-stopping finish whenever you want. And such a complete, clean, and straight body like this really makes that easy.
You're immediately greeted by a custom presentation the moment you open the door. After all, they weren't offering a bright red velour upholstery in '57. It makes for both an extra bold and extra comfortable style across two rows of wide bench seats and matching door panels. The classic Bel Air dash is clean and complete, right down to the AM radio that's still there for display. But you can also see this has been upgraded for the driver. The sports steering wheel, auxiliary temp gauges, and Hurst floor shifter give you that nice tingle of performance the moment you sit down.
The Tri-Five Chevys were the dawn of the small block, so it's always great to see one under the hood. There's even added flair with the golden Moroso air grabber and Edelbrock ribbed valve covers. But what really gets us excited is that you have a 350 cubic-inch V8, something much larger than what you got in 1957. It's even upgraded further with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and performance intake. It's a stout small block that fires up readily and makes a sweet tune out of the glasspack-style dual exhaust. The T10 four-speed manual transmission gives you firm control over the V8 power, and like a good street machine, this one really lets you feel the road. And those upgraded wheels allow you to fit wide modern tires.
This has the look you love, the extras you didn't expect, and the price that's irresistible. So you know you can't let this Bel Air slip away. Call today!!!