1957 Chevrolet Bel Air has undergone a meticulous, professional, nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration done to national-level show standards. It’s finished in its factory color of Surf Green with matching factory two-tone green interior and white convertible top. Power is derived from Chevrolet's 283/245hp engine sporting dual carburation and an original batwing air cleaner, all connected to a correct Powerglide automatic transmission.
Its laser-straight body features good gap and panel fitment over show-quality paint with triple-plated chrome throughout and stainless trim that has been professionally buffed. The all-new interior shows well and features a restored original AM radio, restored clock, rebuilt gauges, all-new E-Z-Eye glass throughout, deluxe heater and all-new wiring front to rear.
This Bel Air rides on new correct bias-ply tires and features correct factory markings on the undercarriage done in correct red oxide. A three-owner car from new and previously part of a collection, this Bel Air has always been professionally maintained and shows 24.7 miles since its no-expense-spared restoration.