1957 Chevy Belair Coupe For Sale~420hp~4 Speed Muncie~Fantastic!~~SOLD~~
Agent & Owner
WeBe Autos Ltd.
875 Middle Country Rd.
St. James NY 11780
WeBe could be Buying or Selling YOUR car too!
1957 Chevy belair conv. daily driver
Altenator conversion with built in regulator. Is this the last real daily
driver 57 conv.? I haven't been driving it as much since I got the 63 and
the MC SS. We normally put 15,000 miles a year on this family car and have
driven it over 200,000 miles since we have owned it. I built it and painted
it in this backyard 15 years ago.
57 Chevy Dyno Pull 414RWHP 400RWTQ
1957 Bel Air 383ci putting down 414HP and 400FT.LB through a Richmond
6-speed and 12 bolt rear w/ 3.42 gears
1000 HORSEPOWER 57 CHEVY BURNOUT.
THIS IS A WALK AROUND VIDEO OF MY 57 BEL AIRE THAT I HAVE FOR SALE.THE CAR
IS VERY CLEAN WITH A 540 CUBIC INCH MERLIN BIG BLOCK CHEVY WITH AN 871
LITTLEFIELD BLOWER.THE MOTOR WAS CUSTOM BUILT AT BIG AL,S TOYBOX. EMAIL ME
WITH ANY QUESTIONS AT SOQUICK2006@YAHOO.COM
632 big block 1957 chevy
632 big block from shafiroff. art morrison chassis. billet specialties 18's
Full build video: THE NEIGHBORHOOD MENACE
Taking the 57 for a drive
1957 Chevy RESTOMOD SOLD !!
The car has competed in one show, the 2009 Maple Grove Super Chevy Show.
The car was a multiple award winner on Saturday and Sunday and has never
been showed before or since. The car has been in public 3 times since it
was completed. Here is a chance to own a very detailed, high quality build,
that hasnt been seen by the public.
The car is a 2 door coupe that underwent a rotisserie restoration. All
sheet metal that was replaced was supplied by Cars, Inc. out of Detroit,
Michigan. The car received minor body modifications on the firewall and the
floorpan of the car to coincide with the restomod theme. All original
emblem locations and moldings remain. The car is painted in GM Torch Red
paint and has a flawless finish
The chassis of the car was supplied by Art Morrison Enterprises. It is a
tri-five sport chassis that gives the car an amazing stance as well as
unbelievable handling ability. The car tracks straight under full
acceleration and braking. The chassis was painted to match the car and the
detail on the chassis is unmatched. All stainless steel fasteners have been
polished for a mirror like finish. The 9 ford rear housing holds 3:70 gears
and was smoothed and painted body color. The 4l60E transmission casing was
polished to a mirror finish.
The small block 396 LT4 engine is detailed in every way possible including
polished aluminum heads, ceramic coated headers, polished stainless steel
Exhaust, polished intake manifold,
body color painted injector covers, etc. The 396 SB injected engine
performs flawlessly and was built by Golen Engines. It produces 524.7 hp
and has a torque curve that looks like a table. You will not be
disappointed with the power in this car. The car is stopped by wildwood
brakes, 6 piston front and 4 piston rear calipers that grab slotted and
cross-drilled rotors. The car rolls on Budnik 18 front and 20 rear billet
rims and they are wrapped in BFG G-Force performance tires.
1957 Chevy Bel Air for sale with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video
Original Chevrolet matching #'s 283cid V-8, correct coded Onyx black paint
w/ stainless inserts, correct black and silver fully restored 6 passenger
interior, matching removable fender skirts, correct oil bath air cleaner,
original AM radio, brand new wide white radials w/ correct spinner hubcaps,
great sounding dual Exhaust, show
detailed engine compartment and trunk, professionally reproduced w/ fresh
paint-interior-mechanicals, show or drive this spectacular '57 Chevy.
1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air Convertible " Sold " 206-533-9600
I always like to find cars like this. Like most classic car dealers, I used
to buy cars at auction but you really never know what you're getting until
you get them home. This '57 Chevy has been in the same family since 1984.
It was sold at a McLeod Auction. I'm sure I was at this auction at the time
it was sold...maybe even bid on it. As you can tell I got a lot of
invoices and papers. Note, it was restored when it was sold in 1984 and I
found where it was repainted in 2003. Matching color #795 Larkspur blue.
The interior does not match. It is #679 which is lt. blue and dark blue but
the interior is done in turquoise and white and looks great. Anyway I just
got it and it will be a month or more before it's ready to sell. We always
service and safety check all of our rigs and I want to do some detailing to
make it really shine. 283 V-8 and I believe it's the original engine. It
was a 2 barrel and it now has a 4 barrel original type carburetor. 4 speed.
Power steering is rack and pinion and works great. It was sitting on a
hoist when I got there so I got to see the underside. I did find a little
rust but not much. I will go over it in fine detail in the video. I think
you will be impressed in what you see. Built in Oakland Ca. I have been
out driving the Bel-Air around for 2 days and it runs and drives great. I
took it to Joe at Old School Garage for it's service and safety check. Does
not need much. The heater works but was not getting air flow right and Joe
fixed that. This is a convertible worth owning. Make sure you watch the
video I go over it very well and you can see going down the freeway. Cond.
Drager's International Classic Sales
18805 Aurora Ave. N. Seattle WA 98133
206-533-9600 Fax 206-542-0171
Drager's believes that it is very important to personally inspect the
vehicle you are interested in. If you cannot inspect it yourself you
should hire an inspector. Here are two very knowledgeable old car
appraisers you can contact.
John Kincl (360) 895-1766 and/or
Lance Lambert (206) 362-2530
We use Concours Transport. We have worked with Fred for many years and he
will do a great job for you. Check out his web page.
2078 Ponticello DR.
Henderson NV 89052
The State of Washington says we can charge a negotiable documentary service
fee of up to $150.00. This documentary service fee covers costs such as
trip permits and FedEx costs. We charge a $50.00 documentary service fee
for instate and $100.00 documentary service fee for out of state sales on
top of the selling price.
We sell all of our vehicles AS IS, NO WARRANTY. We check them over,
we do a report card and we grade and decode each vehicle. We have them
serviced and safety checked. We try very hard to tell you everything that
we know. We give you lots of photos and video so you can see the vehicles
very well. We have been in classic sales for more than 30 years.
Jeri Drager 206-533-9600 Andrew Drager 206-459-3403
57 chevy burnout
just a little fun at the wallin carshow party. justin wallin's 57 chevy
belair putting on a smoke show for the kids
1957 Chevrolet Commercial "Champs of the ALCAN Run" 1956 General Motors; 1957 Chevy Truck
more at http://auto-parts.quickfound.net
'CHEVROLET TRUCKS - Chevrolet Trucks are Champs of the Alcan Run, "a road
that lies under Northern skies, toward the land of the midnight sun. It
crosses the crest of the great Northwest, and it's known as the Alcan run".
This military type march, presents the "trucks of the task force fleet" and
shows them driving on the rough mountainous roads.'
Public domain film from the Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove
uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise
The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise
reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound,
though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original).
The Alaska Highway (also known as the Alaskan Highway, Alaska-Canadian
Highway, or ALCAN Highway) was constructed during World War II for the
purpose of connecting the contiguous United States to Alaska through
Canada. It begins at the junction with several Canadian highways in Dawson
Creek, British Columbia, and runs to Delta Junction, Alaska, via
Whitehorse, Yukon. Completed in 1942 at a length of approximately 2,700
kilometres (1,700 mi), as of 2012 it is 2,232 km (1,387 mi) long. The
difference in distance is due to constant reconstruction of the highway,
which has rerouted and straightened out numerous sections. The highway was
opened to the public in 1948. Legendary over many decades for being a
rough, challenging drive, the highway is now paved over its entire length.
An informal system of historic mileposts developed over the years to denote
major stopping points; Delta Junction, at the end of the highway, makes
reference to its location at "Historic Milepost 1422." It is at this point
that the Alaska Highway meets the Richardson Highway, which continues 155
km (96 mi) to the city of Fairbanks. This is often regarded, though
unofficially, as the northern portion of the Alaska Highway, with Fairbanks
at Historic Milepost 1520. Mileposts on this stretch of highway are
measured from Valdez, rather than the Alaska Highway. The Alaska Highway is
popularly (but unofficially) considered part of the Pan-American Highway,
which extends south (despite its discontinuity in Panama) to Argentina...
Proposals for a highway to Alaska originated in the 1920s. Thomas
MacDonald, director of the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads, dreamed of an
international highway spanning the United States and Canada. In order to
promote the highway, Slim Williams originally travelled the proposed route
by dog sled. Since much of the route would pass through Canada, support
from the Canadian government was crucial. However, the Canadian government
perceived no value in putting up the required funds to build the road,
since the only part of Canada that would benefit was not more than a few
thousand people in the Yukon.
However, some route consideration was given. The preferred route would pass
through the Rocky Mountain Trench from Prince George, British Columbia to
Dawson City before turning west to Fairbanks, Alaska.
The attack on Pearl Harbor and beginning of the Pacific Theatre in World
War II, coupled with Japanese threats to the west coast of North America
and the Aleutian Islands, changed the priorities for both nations. On
February 6, 1942 the construction of the Alaska Highway was approved by the
United States Army and the project received the authorization from the U.S.
Congress and President Franklin D. Roosevelt to proceed five days later.
Canada agreed to allow construction as long as the United States bore the
full cost, and that the road and other facilities in Canada be turned over
to Canadian authority after the war ended.
The official start of construction took place on March 8, 1942...