1957 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 Resto-Mod

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1957 Chevrolet coupe. The car was built in 2010 by Mr. John Boutte here in Texas for the current owner of nine years. It has his signature steering wheel that he puts in every car he builds. The body off build was very well done and the odometer was replaced at that time so the 10,386 miles is accurate to the build date. The body is very straight and all rust free. The Pearl Silver paint has a beautiful shine and the fin/deck color is Pearl White. All of the original style trim is mounted cleanly in place and has a nice shine along with the chrome. The glass is all in good condition and is smoke glass which contrasts nicely against the body colors. The car rides on a set of nice Weld Racing wheels with Chevy logo center caps and two new front tire were just installed.
The tubbed rear and those wide rear wheels aren't just for looks because the entire stock drivetrain was changed out from front to back. It is now powered by a Chevy Performance ZZ4 350/355hp motor backed by a 700R4 automatic transmission with shift kit and Ford 9 inch positrac rear end (3.93 gears). The engine is topped with a Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor and finned Edelbrock air cleaner. It has a great sound with 2 1/2 inch exhaust that moves through Flowmaster mufflers and exits out of the rear. The radiator support is painted in a nice gloss Black and holds the Jack Matson aluminum radiator. That along with the electric fan keeps the car running cool in any weather. The car is very comfortable to drive with power steering and power brakes making it a really enjoyable car to take out. It has 4 wheel Willwood disc brakes which slow it to a stop with ease. An American Auto wiring kit eliminates any electrical problems and keeps the electrical wires all organized


Make Chevrolet
Model Bel Air
Year 1957
Mileage 10386
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) A57S201025C

Price: $ 12,000.00

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