I am the 5th owner of this great little 50s culture icon. It just turned its first 100,000 miles on my watch. Fun to drive-I regularly get thumbs up and respect honks. Has rebuilt 283 engine with less than 5,000 miles and power glide auto trans with less than 12,000 miles. Edelbrock carb. Good tires and cool rims. Have showed it at many parades and local car shows. Was asked to lead the Boise Veterans parade. Clean beige updated cloth upholstery in good shape; minor body use as to be expected on a 62 year old car, but overall it looks great. I have owned it for 6 years and love to drive it locally for errands and have only put on 3500 miles. Selling to make room for wifes car . Just detailed - looks better than ever. This is not an expensive, spotless show car off a trailer used just for grand shows. Very close to what it was like coming from the factory in 1957. It is meant to be driven just for the sheer fun of it, at a reasonable hobby price.
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