We all remember our first. From the first time you put your hands on the switch to the first time you hit the block with your friends, these are the times we cherish; and things were no different for Jose “Pepe” Martinez. At only 16 years old, he had When requesting the sellers details you will receive the contact information via TXT message. Please enter your 10 digit mobile number and press ‘Request Seller Details’ to receive a free TXT from us. Allow up to 5 minuites for the TXT to arrive. Hello up for sale is my stunning 1957 Chevy Bel Air 2 Door, it is a genuine Bel Air from the factory, not a clone. Details are as follows…. Red exterior with white fins, widely considered the most popular and iconic colour on a 57 Chevy. The bodywork and The name of Don Evenson’s 1957 Chevy is spelled out phonetically on the rear Don traced the car’s heritage and discovered that his Chevy, one of 166,426 Bel Air hardtops produced for the ’57 model year, was built at GM’s Los Angeles plant Whether you are interested in downsizing, estate liquidation or selling a personal collection, EBTH’s full-service online estate sale model makes it easy – with proceeds typically 3-5 times higher than a conventional estate sale. Let us do the heavy This fabulous running and driving car came to us from Arizona and a very meticulous collector that knows quality and understands attention to detail. Here’s your chance to own one of the finer ’57 Bel Airs around. The fit and finish on this ’57 are .
“My father, Walt Prey, was an accomplished pinstriper, letterer, and custom car painter. By the time I was 5, he was taking me to drag races, sprint car races at Ascot, Saugus Speedway, and car shows. I recall going to Ascot in his candy apple red ’40 Don Cox’s father loved 1955-’57 Chevys, but until 1978, he only admired them from afar. When he did finally buy one that year, it wasn’t for himself, but for his 16-year-old son. “My father really liked the ‘Tri-Five Chevys,’” Cox said. Cruise in style in this luxurious 1957 Chevy Bel Air Vintage Classic Car Custom Old School Rare Limited Edition Frame off restoration. Black and silver factory interior. weld V-series wheels. 565ci Twin Turbo Big Block Motor (Brand new motor. never driven. Has there ever been a more iconic American car than the ’57 Chevy Bel Air? Of course there hasn’t, it’s not even close. Not even the Model T is as much a symbol of its age as the Bel Air. It represents American middle class postwar prosperity .
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