Here is a perfect example of the iconic '57 Chevy Bel Air convertible is powered by a 283 cubic inch 245 horsepower small block with dual four barrel carburetors, and a Power Glide automatic transmission. Under the hood you'll see the ever so cool Bat Wing air cleaner, a power brake booster unit, power steering, and, of all things in 1957, air conditioning. As if the engine and options aren't cool enough, adding to the cool factor are the Continental Kit, dual rear antennas, fender skirts (not pictured), and spinner hubcaps. This car was originally delivered to Yingling Chevrolet in Wichita, Kansas. As you can see from the window sticker, it originally came with air conditioning, the dual air cleaners, power steering, power brakes, and the Power Pack option. This particular Bel Air spent many years in a museum in Florida due to its specific and unique factory options and still retains the red oxide paint on the undercarriage. If you're looking for a '57 to enhance your collection,this is the one! Contact us.
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