1957 Chevy Bel Air Convertible: Arguably the world’s most popular classic car, the 1957 Chevy was a basically a carry-over from the highly successful 1955 and 1956 models. Minor changes included a wide chromed grille, rear tail-fins, and new dashboard. Having both performance and great looks, the 1957 Chevrolets were immensely popular. After hearing that rival Ford would have an all-new full-size model for 1957, there was concern at Chevrolet. Although GM executives wanted an entirely new car for 1957, production delays necessitated the carry-over of the 1955 design for one more year. Ed Cole, chief designer for Chevrolet at the time, orchestrated the minor face lift, including the new grille, hood rockets, and front bumper bullets. A relocation of air ducts to the headlight pods resulted in the classic chrome headlight bezels. The face-lifted Chevrolet was ready for sale by October 1956.

It’s hard to find an American classic that is more iconic than the ’57 Bel Air and it’s hard to find a better example than an Onyx Black convertible with a Red & Silver interior! This immaculate example offered here today received a frame-off, nut-n-bolt restoration in 2012 and seen less that 600 miles of asphalt since. It is a numbers matching Chevrolet with a 283 Power Pack and Automatic transmission offering an excellent ride. A complete list of options and features include; 283 CI 4-Barrel V-8 (rebuilt and detailed to factory standards), Automatic Transmission, New Black convertible top, All trim either new or refinished to show quality, Rare Original Continental Kit, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Top, Dual Antennas, Tissue Dispenser, Dash Mounted Stoplight Mirror, Fender Skirts, Chrome Bumpers & Mirrors, Convertible Boot, Car Cover, and New BF Goodrich Silvertown Wide White Wall Tires!

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