If you tried to score your dream car last time around but, like many other crazed tri-five fans, called just a little too late, heres a chance to claim one of the nicest Bel Air convertibles weve ever seen! The correct GM code 799 Tropical Turquoise paint on this mac daddy tri-five is amazingly nice, and it looks both epic and natural contrasting the cars luxurious two-tone innards and miles of stainless trim. Of course, the foundation for all that visual flash is a laser-straight body which fosters proper panel alignment, displays even gaps and virtually defines the word flawless. And the depth of the cars finish is remarkable thanks to hours of block sanding, an equal amount of wet sanding and a thorough buffing. Lift this classics brightly hued hood and youll find a 283 cubic inch Super Turbo Fire V8 which wears a high lift, fuel injected 283 V8 (EK) assembled in Flint, Michigan (F) on September (09) 21st (2I) 1957 build stamp above a correct 1957-specific 3731548 casting number. Behind the engine a sturdy 3-speed manual transmission, which wears an application-correct 3845122 Saginaw casting number and a June (F) 6th (6) of 1957 (7) casting date, twists power through a fully rebuilt factory rear end. Holding that road ready powertrain in place is a fully-sorted suspension which is equipped with manual steering and rebuilt to factory specifications. Short, confident stops come courtesy of rugged four wheel drum brakes. And putting the power to the pavement is a correct set of 14 inch Turquoise wheels which spin classy 8.00-14 BF Goodrich Silvertown white walls around pristine Chevrolet hubcaps. The correct GM code 680 Ivory and Turquoise interior stitched inside this Bel Air is just what youd expect in a classic of this caliber, and theres hardly any sign that any human being has ever been seated behind the cars steering wheel. There simply cant be many tri-fives out there that are nicer or cooler than this car!
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