When you walk up to this stunning 57 Bel Air ragtop, the first thing youll notice is its remarkably straight body. Thats because someone invested a considerable amount of time in a complete frame-off restoration, and the fruit of their labor hangs from every perspective. After countless hours of welding, aligning and sanding, the cars expert restorers sprayed a correct coat of timeless GM code 793 Onyx Black under a thick clearcoat shell and buffed up a brilliant shine. And today, even in the harsh fluorescent lights of our bright showroom, the cars panel fitment is even, its finish is glossy and its body displays no major imperfections. Follow the cars slick Onyx Black basecoat into its highly detailed engine bay and youll find an era-correct, 1957-exclusive 3731548 small block thats been layered in a thick coat of familiar Chevy Orange paint. Backing up the small block engine is an era-correct 3-speed manual transmission which wears a correct 3845122 Saginaw casting number. And keeping the power to the pavement is a familiar set of 14 inch painted steel wheels which spin 7.50-14 BF Goodrich Silvertown radials around mirror-like stainless wheel covers. In the mid-to-late 50s, few cockpits could top the Bel Airs level of craftsmanship and showmanship. Open this convertibles solid shutting doors and youll find a striking bright red and metallic silver interior which stays true to its original scheme. If your enjoyment of a great old car involves getting behind the wheel and heading down the road, this is the perfect Bel Air to accompany you.
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