Considered to be one of the best looking cars of all time! The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air is usually what comes to mind when thinking about cruising, drive-in movies and soda shops. Our 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible is a survivor of sorts. We purchased this car from a gentleman who owned the car since 1961. Always used as a pleasure vehicle and never driven in any type bad weather. Powered by a 283 C.I. engine with a 4 barrel carb. Factory power steering and power brakes. Transmission is a two speed hydromatic. This car was repainted sometime in the 1970s in the original shade of Sierra Gold and still looks great. all chrome is original and looks every bit as nice. The convertible top was also replaced at the same time as the re-spray and looks as fresh as a daisy and goes up and down effortlessly. This car sat in climate controlled storage for many years when we acquired it and we ran it through our shop for a complete going over that would include: Fuel  system, power steering. power brakes and complete brake system. New convertible top pump. The interior appears to be completely original and looks amazing. All gauges function as they should and the radio plays and sounds crisp and clear. New reproduction wide white wall tires at all four corners. Take a look at the pictures and judge for yourself. Not many mostly untouched 57 Chevys still remain out there.  $89,995.00