1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
Why This Car Is Special
We have a stunning professional Frame Off Restoration of a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air here at Skyway Classics that was done with no-expense spared quality with the chassis painted and detailed as well as the body and interior and it is a beautiful car you can drive on the street and cruise in if you like.
This car was Restored over 10 years ago with a small block Chevrolet 350 cubic inch engine, 4-speed transmission, and a 12-bolt rear end for the powertrain.
The 57 is undeniably one of the most recognizable American finned cars of all time and is one of the most sought after classic cars on the market today, and will continue to be, and this one is also undeniably one of the finest we have ever seen.
1957 Chevy Bel Air
Small block Chevy 350 cubic inch powerplant bored .30 to a 383
Balanced Forged Pistons
280 Competition Cam
Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake
Holley Street Avenger 670 Carb
Phase II Bow-tie Heads
Finned polished Valve covers
Chrome open air cleaner
Vintage air conditioning
Muncie 4-speed with a Hurst shifter
1970 12-Bolt Posi-trac rear end with 3:31 Gears
Upgraded 1970 Impala Power Disk Brake conversion
Restored two-tone grey/black show-worthy interior is in new condition
Twin front bucket seats
Matching rear seat and door panels
Custom center console was built to house all new Auto-Meter gauges
Hurst 4 speed shifter
Bright and shiny black/grey paint
Gleaming chrome and trim,
Chrome emblems on the fenders
Chrome bumpers front and rear, bumper bullets and hood rockets
15″ Rally Wheels, classic wheel trim rings, and Bowtie Chrome Hub Caps
Black sidewall tires
Looking under the long hood on the 57 and you will see a drop dead gorgeous small block Chevy 350 cubic inch powerplant bored .30 to a 383, Balanced Forged Pistons, 400 Crankshaft, 280 Competition Cam, Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake with a Holley Street Avenger 670 Carb, Phase II Bow-tie Heads headers, finned polished valve covers, oval open air cleaner, Vintage air conditioning, power steering, and power brakes.
It has an iconic Muncie 4-speed with a Hurst shifter that transmits the power to the 1970 12-Bolt Posi-trac rear end with 3:31 Gears, while stopping is no problem with the upgraded 1970 Impala Power Disk Brake conversion.
The restored two-tone grey/black show-worthy interior is in new condition and you will enjoy the upholstery on the twin front bucket seats and the matching rear seat and door panels.
The interior is original style. Seats are from a 1964 Pontiac with Power seat option. The custom center console was built to house all new Auto-Meter gauges and the iconic Hurst 4 speed shifter. All seat belts are installed front and rear, all four windows are powered, and a finished trunk with the full size spare too.
Our 57 is covered in bright and shiny black/grey paint over the body defining the iconic tail fins and is offset by gleaming chrome and trim, chrome emblems on the fenders, chrome bumpers front and rear, bumper bullets and hood rocket that set it apart from any previous automotive design, all of which was replaced during the restoration and is an impeccable presentation.
Our car has had this complete professional restoration and has been preserved in its original look, stance, and condition, with the 15″ Rally Wheel, classic wheel trim rings, and Bowtie Chrome Hub Caps riding on black sidewall tires.
This restored 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air here at Skyway Classics is a truly professional restoration that will win you shows if you choose to take it to them.
Do not let this 1957 get away from you it is truly a once-in-a-lifetime acquisition for you.
Own it today.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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