If youve decided that now is the time to pick up that perfect 57 Chevy that youve always wanted, allow us to recommend this gorgeous Tropical Turquoise hardtop. Fully restored with a bunch of thoughtful upgrades that make it an effortlessly, comfortable cruiser, its the kind of car that we all wish we could own at some point in our lives, so now is the time! Great looks simply never go out of style, especially when theyre as well-executed as this one. Pure 1950s pastels always look great on the 57s, and two-tones were the hottest combination back in the day. We always talk about prep and alignment, but on this car its almost redundant, because you can see how nice it is just by looking at the photos. That shine is no illusion, and the distortion-free reflections in the paints surface are not trick photography. This car really is as nice as it looks. Even the chrome has all been refinished to show standards, and no Bel Air is complete without that anodized aluminum panel on the fins. And this one is loaded with accessories, too, including a continental kit, dual rear-mounted antennas, and fender skirts, all of which enhance the already beautiful lines of the car. Inside, the black and turquoise patterned cloth interior is beautifully restored to stock condition. The seat covers, door panels, headliner, and carpets are all correct 1957 equipment. With full-sized seating for six, this is a car that can carry the entire family in comfort, and keeps its comfort and convenience items neatly out of sight. Recent work includes a rebuilt speedometer with crisp new markings and a bright needle, and a new blower motor for the original heater. This car also carries rare power windows, suggesting that the original owner knew he was buying something special. Color-matched rubber floor mats protect the carpets and the original AM radio now has an FM converter hidden inside, so you can enjoy your music without altering the look of the dash. Tilt the rear-mounted spare out of the way, and youll find a clean, properly-finished trunk with a reproduction rubber mat. Theres no way to know if the 283 under the hood is matching-numbers, but it does sport a few upgrades. The Edelbrock Performer is fed by a new Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor under a chrome air cleaner. For dress-up, new chrome valve covers have been fitted, and the block wears bright Chevy Orange paint. The original generator/power steering pump remains in place, which is a fairly difficult piece to find if its missing and power brakes are part of the package, too. Stock exhaust manifolds dump into a custom dual exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers, so it has a truly vintage sound. A 2-speed PowerGlide feeds the original rear end still hanging on the factory leaf springs, and youll note that while its not detailed for show, the floors are incredibly clean. The original steel wheels have been painted to match and wear correct spinner hubcaps and a set of 215/75/14 whitewall radials. With more than $3200 spent in recent service work, this is the right car at the right price with all the hard work already done. What are you waiting for? Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.
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