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Iconic, distinctive, honest, and quite affordable this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air looks great in two-tone, and you have to love the stares you get with a cool pillarless hardtop sedan.
A 1957 Bel Air is the icon we all want to get our hands-on, and that only gets better on a hardtop that has extra distinction. The factory-correct Indica Ivory and Canyon Coral have the right pastel and light tones to capture the 1950s perfectly. So it looks good on this icon. And because this is the correct two-tone, we also like the hint of age in this older respray that gives us a bright style while also looking very vintage. But more than just looking cool, the hardtop sedan is actually a rarer classic than the hardtop coupe. And regardless of the number of doors, you still get that unmistakable '57 Chevy hardtop appearance with the pillarless profile, iconic trim, and dip in the door line. Plus, the legend would not be complete without the intricate rear bumper that's crafted into the tailfin design. And of course, the huge chrome front end looks like a 10,000-watt smile. This one certainly goes for a period-correct appearance where even the details are correct, like the bright factory wheel covers, whitewall tires, and golden Chevrolet scripts.
The pillarless hardtop really puts the interior on display, and it has the same cool classic feeling as the exterior. The seat and door panels are a beautiful mix of silver and black that has the little things like the button-top backs and textured cloth inserts. It's a great way to show off a stock style that's very vintage with just the right hints of use since an earlier restoration. So it all looks quite complete and nice but with just enough aging so that some people may just assume it's original (we won't tell your secret if you won't.) After all, with details like the working dome light, correct Bel Air steering wheel, and factory AM radio there for a display, this interior gives off the right vintage vibes over every inch.
Under the hood, you'll find an ear-correct motor that really keeps the classic Chevy feeling going. The tidy bold blue long block proudly announced the Blue Flame inline-six motor. The 235 cubic-inch engine is smooth and torque-filled, and it was a mainstay of Chevrolet vehicles for decades. So while we all know the V8s fit under here, this sharp-looking powerhouse is going to get you real distinction at the car shows. And you will happily take it there, too, because this Bel Air has easy cruising features like power steering, a Powerglide automatic transmission, and power brakes.
The sale comes complete with an owner's manual and period literature. An iconic classic that leaves a lasting impression is rarely this affordable. That's why you know you have to ask fast to take it home. Call today!!!
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