1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Base Sedan 4-door 4.6l on 2040-cars
Bessemer, Alabama, United States
1957 Cheverlot Bel Air 4 door Hard top.
This is a all original 283 V8 4 door hard top Bel Air. I have all original parts, trim, interior, hub caps etc. Car is unrestored. Was drivable about 15 years ago when is was parked out side and weather left it in the condition seen in photos. Rust is all over and floor pans are rusted through. Body seems restorable with exception of trunk lid which is rusted trhrough. body panels are fairly straight with only a few bad places on the front fenders. All glass is good and very usable. All doors open and close well. Windows roll up or down. Engine will not start, due to starter not engaging. Motor is good to best of my knowledge. Electrical is intact. 6 Volt electrical system. Stock air filter and jack. This is a completly stock and unmolested car driven by my great grandmother for most of its life. Probably never left the neighborhood while she owned it. color was larkspur blue with white top. Seats still have original seat covers. Most interior parts are in poor condition. Plastic parts are good but fadded. All handles, arm rest and seat plastic trim/covers are intact and usable (not Pictured). This car has been in my family from 1957! If its not in the picture I probably have it. This is a rare car, I would love to see it restored. Just to much for me to take on. Feel free to ask any questions, thanks for looking!
Can Provide additional photos.
Can Aid with shipping.
Car wil be sold with bill of sale only. please check with your state laws in reguads to title process of vintage cars. Not responsible for taxes or fees that may be due for retitle of vintage vehicle.
Feel free to ask any questions, thanks for looking!
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Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 for Sale
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