This 1957 Chevrolet 210 is a cool Tri-Five Chevy with slick paint, an A/C interior, and an upgraded V8 with four-on-the-floor to keep it all cruising right.
The black paint has a deep gloss and shine that tells you there has been quite a good investment in this classic sedan. It's also evident they had to make sure the body was terrific, too, before the first drop of black went down. This is quite important because that bright side trim sweeps from front to tail. So this one gives a look of quality with the way the full body lines run virtually uninterrupted. And speaking of brightwork, this has everything that you love in a '57 Chevy. So have a complete and shimmering presentation from the dual jet-inspired hood ornaments to the mirror-like chrome bumpers. It's such a solid investment that we are happy to see they upgraded this 210 to Bel Air with the gold anodized trim and the ionic tailfin treatment. And while all that makes for an outstanding classic style, the dual exhaust tips and 17-inch Cragar SS wheels make sure you know this has extra attitude, too.
Just like the exterior, the interior has vintage appeal with plenty of investment in the right upgrades. You have two rows of wide bench seats that have that unmistakable vintage style, right down to the pattern in the cloth inserts. But it all has the fresh feel of a proper recent investment. The door panels, headliner, carpeting, and dash all coordinate with this two-tone theme and have a clean look of quality. The dash has the bright style you want in a '57 Chevy, and it also has well-integrated upgrades for the retro-style AM/FM/cassette stereo and cold blowing air conditioning. You'll love slipping behind the steering wheel that has the artful vintage look, but the grippy feel of a newer unit. Plus, the Sun Super tach, Pro-Comp under dash readouts, and Hurst floor shifter get you ready for some fun under the hood.
The engine bay has a bright and tidy style that fits perfectly with this upgraded classic. At the center is a 350 cubic-inch V8. It has been built for stout performance with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, and an aluminum radiator. The Hooker Competition headers add extra power while giving a sweet tune to the dual exhaust. Plus, the four-speed manual transmission gives you full control over the power and its rumbling soundtrack. This has a solid driving package that likes you to feel the road. And it gives you confident control with upgrades like front disc brakes and grippy ZR-rated tires.
This is one of those rare cars that celebrates its history while squarely keeping its eye on modern driving. Don't miss this well-presented and well-invested icon. Call today!!!