This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air has a terrific look inside and out. And since this is the kind of icon that you'll want to cruise everywhere, there have even been some nice upgrades, like the ZZ4 crate V8 power and an overdrive transmission.
This shade of red seems to be an even deeper level of cherry that Chevy was offering in 1957. It is a deep luster that still has plenty of boldness, so it knows how to be both sophisticated and aggressive in the first impression. It gets this hardtop plenty of attention out on the streets, and with details like the racing-style wheels and polished exhaust tips, there's quite a streetwise style. And no matter the upgrades, keeping an eye on the vintage attitude is essential on a car like this. The '57 Bel Air has earned a legendary status as an icon of the American road, and so we like to see it properly represented. The full-length trim looks like an almost unbroken line. And all the iconic brightwork pieces, like the tailfin insert, dual hood ornaments, and distinct bumper/grille are shining. The whole package has a nice cruiser style where you know this one is ready to drive, and it also knows how to impress, right down to details like the good body gaps.
When you open the doors, the dark red returns on the door tops and dash, but the two-tone beige is the main color theme. This was upgraded in life, so the wide bench seats with custom vinyl are comfy, the matching door panels are crisp, the carpeting is clean, and the headliner looks new. It has a quality feel, right down to the added seatbelts and working dome light. Plus, there's an upgraded cruiser feeling with a Hurst floor shifter and upgraded Classic Instruments full readouts. So while this one comes with an upgraded retro-style AM/FM/cassette stereo, we bet your real favorite soundtrack is all about rolling down the windows on this hardtop and listening to the V8 sing.
Under the hood is an upgraded 350 cubic-inch ZZ4 performance crate V8. So you keep the proper small block attitude that makes these Tri-Fives awesome, and now it's maximized for the best in power. You even have an Edelbrock upgrade trio with black valve covers, a matching air grabber, and a four-barrel carburetor. There are also more power upgrades like an aluminum intake and long tube headers that add even more power while contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. This upgraded V8 is even supported by the right pieces, like braided lines and a large aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. Plus, there's a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, power steering, power brakes, and front discs for an easy all-around driver.
Distinction on the outside, comfort on the inside, and solid power under the hood make for an all-around terrific Bel Air hardtop cruiser. So don't miss this icon that's made for the open road. Call today!!!