800 Derita Road, Ste. A
We'll always stop and stare at an icon like this finished in a bold red and glowing silver. But this one has also been restored to include all the best pieces, like a big block V8, an overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, upgraded suspension, and a custom A/C interior. So while you might have already fallen in love at first sight with this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air post coupe, it only gets better the deeper you dig.
This car has been built to be a stunner and a driver, and you know that from the first impression. You could get silver and red from Chevy in 1957, but they were never offered together. And this one decides to use that custom attitude to the fullest with a modern metallic in the sliver, and an extra bright finish to the red. And the clearcoat on top gives it a uniform high-gloss finish that's going to get a ton of attention and likely plenty of awards. Plus, the brightwork makes sure to deliver you the best of an icon. The front-end has a 10,000-watt smile with the bumper/grille combo that made the '57 a legend. The panels look nice, so you can really see the full-length side trim that ends in the bright fanning over the tailfin that we all love. The gold anodized time against the silver paint gives this extra precious metal distinction in the details. And while there's plenty of classic style, those large exhaust tips and Coys wheel with 18/20 inch front/rear stance give this an unmistakable performance side.
The idea inside was to keep it classic while subtly adding all the best upgrades. For example, you have two rows of classic-style bench seats. They are done with the right style, right down to the textured inserts and matching door panels. But you these pieces join the carpeting, dash, and headliner for a far fresher feeling. They've integrated worthwhile upgrades like power windows, tinted glass, an AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette, and a custom lower dash with full air conditioning vents. It's also built to be a more comfortable driver with a sports steering wheel, tilt column, and full Dakota Digital gauges.
The shoebox Chevys might be famous for launching the small block V8s, but this coupe proves that the big blocks fit in there, too. And this one is ready to show off. Smooth two-tone inner walls, tidy wires, and plenty of polished components give it an award-worthy style. More than just look great, it was built to be powerful. It's built with an upgraded cam, Holley intake, and aluminum heads. And there's a Holley electronic fuel injection system on top for the best in power and consistency. As you look underneath, you see more signs of a clean and fresh build/ And you'll also see the upgrades like the tubular A-arm front end and the four-link rear with diagonal link and coilovers. More than just all-out power, this was built to be a fine all-around cruiser. That's why you have fantastic upgrades like the four-wheel disc brakes w/drilled & slotted rotors, a Wilwood brake booster, power steering, and a 4L60E four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive.
If you love an icon that's built to be strong, powerful, comfortable, and all-out memorable, then you don't want to miss this deal. Call now!
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