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The “Tri-Five” Chevrolets feature a virtually timeless look. As popular today as when they first rolled out of the factory, many use them as the basis for a great resto-mod build. That style of build, like the one performed on this 1957 Chevy Bel Air, combine the legendary look of the early Chevys with modern touches throughout that make it an excellent combination of beauty, brawn, and convenience.
Raise the straight, glossy hood and you’ll see that this Bel Air has performance to back up its good looks. The smoothed engine bay houses the legendary 383 stroker fuel injected engine. Open the doors and you’ll reveal front and rear bench seats that have been wrapped in a stunning black and grey custom interior. Below the seats, brand new black carpet looks incredible, and Vintage Air keeps you comfortable at any time of the year. The 383 stroker power comes with excellent road manners, easy starts, immediate parts availability and serviceability at your local Chevrolet dealer. The engine bay in this Bel Air is completely spotless and looks tough, is well done and is certain to be a star at any show you attend.
It’s hard not to instantly fall in love with a very well done resto-mod. It combines the unique factory look of cars of yesteryear and slams it with modern internals and niceties that we all have grown to love. This ’57 Chevy Bel Air is a near perfect example why these style builds are so popular. This ’57 won’t last long but when you take a close look at it you’ll understand why this road-worthy ’57 will make for a great addition to your collection.