Power steering & brakes. They don't all need to be red Bel Airs!

This 57 Chevy presents itself real well. Very nice finishes in and out. It has a refreshing look, it's not the typical red Bel Air that we've all seen a million times.

EXTERIOR: The body is really straight, the panels fit beautifully. The doors click shut. The Sierra gold metal flake paint is laid out evenly, the clear coat is polished like a mirror. The roof is painted high gloss white. Overall the chrome and stainless is straight and shiny. Most of it looks like it was replaced during restoration. It has optional rear mount antenna and rocker moldings. The door jambs are painted very nicely, weather strips were replaced. It has Coker Classic whitewall tires. The rims are painted to match the car, it has reproduction hub caps with spinners.

INTERIOR: It's very nice inside. There's new carpet down on the floor. The seats have been completely reupholstered using the correct 210 materials. It has new matching door panels. The window cranks and handles look like they've been replaced. The headliner is new and there's a working dome light. The metal is painted nice inside the car. The heater controls move freely. It does have a retro stereo and optional clock. The glove box liner is new and the light works in there also.

ENGINE COMPARTMENT: There are some nice upgrades under the hood. The 283 motor was replaced with a bigger 307, it runs smooth. The generator was removed and upgraded with a new alternator. It also has an aluminum radiator keep it running cool. It has a more modern power steering too. It has optional electric wipers. Overall the components are clean and proper. It's not show quality but very presentable.

TRUNK COMPARTMENT: It's very nice, repainted Sierra gold. It has reproduction rubber mat, seat divider and weatherstrip. The white wall tire on the spare has never been used. No jack.

UNDERSIDE: Appears to be very solid and proper. The front suspension and steering is clean. The shocks look new. It has air shocks in back. Looking up at the motor it's real clean Chevy Orange, it has a new flywheel cover. It's a Powerglide automatic transmission. Original rear end dated 1957. It has dual exhaust system. Power brake booster is mounted under the car, the ebrake assembly is hooked up.

This is a unique presentation of a 57 Chevy. It's nice to see a clean 210 model. It's restored very well, ready to go to any local show.

I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle.
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Options and Accessories
  • Power steering
  • Power brakes
  • Electric wipers
  • Retro stereo
  • Rear antenna
  • Reverse lights
  • Rocker trim
  • Spinners
  • White walls
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