1957 Chevy Bel-Air
The fluid elegant form of this Chevy was revamped from an earlier model marketed by General Motors in 1955. The design was more extravagant. Featuring flamboyant rear fins, headlight guards and oversized silver bumpers, the 1957 Chevy Bel-Air was hard to miss. The chrome wind splits down the hood gave the car a sharp look. A gleaming chrome-trimmed trunk that served to store the spare tire was offered as an option. The gas filler door was hidden in the trim that ran from the rear left fin. This superb Chevrolet, which came in coupe and convertible models, was powered by a V8 engine capable of generating 283 horsepower. This car is by far one of the best ever manufactured by Chevrolet to this day.
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