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This is the grocery-getter that really hauls buns! So it's certainly going to turn some heads with an iconic 1957 Chevrolet 210 four-door station wagon built to be a true V8 gasser street machine. So dig into the details on a memorable classic that has been given the right equipment for the quarter mile, and beyond.
It's hard not to love this look. After all, the '57 Chevy is one of the ultimate icons, and it only gets more unique in the grocery-getter bodystyle. It even gets the classic style right with the copper paint with a nice two-tone blended in on the roof and within the full-length trim. This whole package is what makes it such a cool gasser. After all, the most domesticated version has been transformed into the wildest form of custom. And this one knows how to make sure people instantly recognize it's something powerful. After all, a gasser is propped up nice and tall for the new front straight axle. And this elevated look is maximized on a '57 Chevy because that large chrome bumper is removed (giving you a huge weight savings up front.) And just in case people weren't already taking notice, that triple butterfly air intake peeking out of the hoods is a sure sign of power underneath.
A car like this needs the right equipment to get down to speedy business. That's why you have a grippy sports steering wheel, auxiliary readout trio, and a B&M floor shifter. Even the details work like the dome light and turning blinkers. While you're likely not to use a gasser for everyday driving, there's a quality here that you can appreciate. It's in the way the door close nicely; you have two rows of comfy cloth seating; the door panels are nicely trimmed; and even the rear has some soft and fun shag carpeting for good storage.
Under the hood is proper V8 power. The tall air intake is force-feeding the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake on its way to the 350 cubic-inch small block. A true gasser has an amazing set of headers hugging the modified inner fenders, and these feed the side-exit dual exhaust. The four-speed automatic transmission has nice ratios, and it was serviced within the last year. Plus, you have a strong ladder bar rear end. You've also got American racing competition-style wheels, and there's plenty of meat on the wide BF Goodrich T/As in the rear.
This is the cool-looking '57 Chevy gasser that has the right features to be enjoyed for more than just the quarter mile. So if you like well-done distinction, call today!
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