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The Taylor'd '57: classic Chevy on air ride
Taylor'd Customs built a 1957 Chevy truck in the Fall of 2011. The truck features a full air ride system with air management by AccuAir.
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1957 Chevrolet Bel Air "Like New! Only Better!"
Show quality 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air that just had a frame off restoration! This car is absolutely beautiful from top to bottom. Put back to original color combination of Dusk Pearl paint and black and silver interior. With one of the most attractive interiors ever put in a car, the '57 Bel Air really sets itself apart from the competition. This Bel Air is no exception. The silver and black interior, chrome gauges and trim, and Dusk Pearl painted dash, it begs you to go for a ride! This Bel Air has Vintage Air AC, AM/FM radio, power brakes, power steering, new glass, new chrome, all stainless polished, new tires and wheels. This beauty is powered by a fresh GM Goodwrench 350 Turn-Key crate engine with Sanderson headers pushing 330 horsepower, which is still under warranty. This car is restored right and is priced at about half of the cost to restore a car to this condition. The bottom of this car is as clean and restored as the top and it looks as good as the day it rolled off the showroom floor. Please, call 800-231-3616 for additional details.
The 1957 Chevy
My most favorite car of all time has to be the 1957 Chevy Nomad (and the '57 Belair...). So I was definitely in car heaven when I visited the GM Heritage Center in Sterling Height's, Mich., for an up-close and personal tour of this living repository of automotive history with Heritage Center Manager Greg Wallace. More than just a museum, the HC is an automotive enthusiast's dream garage, housing such famous classic, antique and concept vehicles as the 1931 V-16 Cadillac, the 1938 Buick Y-job, 1949 Buick Roadmaster, and 1957 Chevrolet Nomad and Belair convertibles — and it's only open to GM employees, scholars, analysts and the media. While I was in car heaven during my personal tour, my only regret was not being able to get some of these beauties out on the open road!
MetalDipping 56 Chevy Nomad
MetalDipping.com Metal Dipping / Acid Dipping Rust and Paint Removal of 56 Chevy Nomad body. This video shows the first step in the metal dipping process to remove all rust and paint from an auto body. We are placing a 1956 Chevy Nomad body into our hot tank. We specialize in metal dipping or acid dipping classic car bodies and body parts for restoration. Visit us at: metaldipping.com and metalworksclassics.com.
A Military 1957 Chevy Bel Air 2drhtp's Honorable Discharge
Before you get your hopes up on this RTE 66 icon - let me confirm if she is actually for sale! I was informed this is a soldier's machine by I believe his wife, who THINKS, I repeat, THINKS the shoebox is up for grabs. I will not pursue this one if he still wants her (If this were my machine and my wife tried to sell without authorization - I would sell the wife). All glass is good, straight complete rust-free body (except for bumper), with a hopped-up 350 engine and hood. Not completely original, but for a rare restorable version of the quintessential American dream machine - you cannot be to exacting. Stay tuned for updates. I have not talked to the owner yet (phone tag), but he has relayed the car IS for sale. I have now discovered this car has been here since 1971 and the owner is accepting offers. the original 283 and 3 on the tree are gone, the car runs and is driveable. His ballpark figure is not divulged, but I am sure he knows the value in this condition.
Original 1957 Chevy Belaire? Wagon Stashed in The Forest
This solid original route 66 restoration project has been sitting here for at least a couple years. Last year she was the base of a snow mound! I have left a note for the owner inquiring if he/she would part with her. I hope so, as I am sure other classic car lovers out there hate to see a beauty like this decay.