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1957 Chevrolet Bel Air

Year: 1957
Make: Chevrolet
Model:  Bel Air
Mileage: 226
Exterior Color:
804 = Inca Silver
Interior Color: 676 = Black/Red

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Super Chevy Show Editor's Choice Award at Bristol Dragway in 1999!
California 1-Piece Frame
Oxide Floors
283 CI 270 HP
Suffix Code FD = V8 Powerglide with two 4-Barrels
Dual Carter Four Barrels
Aluminum Intake Manifold
Batwing Air Cleaner
Correct Generator
Points Ignition
Ramhorn Manifolds with Dual Exhaust
OE-Style Radiator and Fan
Powerglide Automatic Transmission
Power Brakes
Manual Steering
Power Windows
Power Seat
Tinted Windshield
Dual Horns
AM Pushbutton Radio
E-A-Eye Tinted Glass
Spinner Hubcaps
Electric Wipers
Fully Polished Stainless
Part of Larry McClure's personal collection since the 1980s


The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air may well be the quintessential American car. This lovely example has been an important part of Larry McClure’s personal collection since the 1980s. It’s easy to see why this car won the Super Chevy Show Editor’s Choice Award at Bristol Dragway in 1999. Powered by a 283 CI V-8 engine mated to a Powerglide automatic transmission, the Bel Air looks simply stunning in its shimmering silver exterior marked by chrome bumpers and BF Goodrich wide whitewall tires. The two-town red and black interior features a power seat, power windows, an AM radio, an in-dash clock and a 120 MPH speedometer. Many daydreams of the perfect American car collection start with a ’57 Bel Air, and this one doesn’t disappoint, as it’s hard for the eyes not to be drawn to this stellar example of the iconic Chevrolet. Sometimes it’s not a disappointment to meet your hero.


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