Drive Type: 2 wh
Model: Bel Air/150/210
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
This beautiful '57 Convertible has had a complete frame off restoration. It is a matching numbers car. The fresh, base coat, clear coat, Colonial white paint is buffed to a mirror finish. The correct style interior is red and silver. It's options include power steering and power top. It has a 283 power pac engine with a powerglide automatic transmission. This car is very solid and straight and runs as good as it looks. All of the chrome and stainless is like new. I have a clear title on this car.
Please call with questions. 256-810-7687
I have described the car to the best of my ability. The car is sold As Is, where is. No warranty expressed or implied. You are encouraged to personally inspect the car or have an agent inspect it for you. The seller reserves the right to end the auction at any time. The car is for sale locally. A deposit is due within 2 days and final payment is due within 7 days. I do not accept paypal. All funds must clear sellers bank prior to buyer taking possession of the vehicle. Buyer is responsible for delivery.
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