Walk around of my 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air 327, 6-speed.
Motor is a 1961 327 with Dart iron angle plug heads. Airgap intake with a 650 Holley, Competition Hydraulic Cam. Motor was built by Performance Engineering in Grand Rapids MI. Motor Dynoed at 420 horsepower. Patriot ceramic coated headers. Griffin radiator. MSD. Richmond six speed with Lakewood bell and centerforce clutch. 9" Ford rear end with with new Eaton Tru Track posi unit. Moser axles. 4.56 gears. All new brakes front and rear, discs up front. 2" dropped spindles. Rims are Torque Thrust 2s, 17x8 and 17x11 rear. Tires are Nitto 255 40 17 and 285 40 17. Car has a 21 gallon fuel cell.
1957 Pro Touring Belair Convertible
OUR GOAL IS TO BUILD THIS CAR WITH THE SAME
CLASSIC STYLE OF THE 50'S BUT WITH THE TECHNOLOGY OF 2009
THIS BUILD WILL BE ONE SWEET RIDE. IT WILL BE ON A PRO TOURING THEME. ALL
NEW CUSTOM CHASSIS FROM FATMAN TO GIVE THE LOW STANCE BUT CORVETTE RIDE AND
HANDLING. CHASSIS SET UP FOR LS2 WITH AUTO TRANNY. MOSER NINE INCH REAR
WITH 370 POSI , WILLWOOD BIG BRAKES FRONT AND REAR.
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 Chevrolet Bel Air Custom Hot Rod ZZ4 350 Crate Engine
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I thought you would like a look at this really clean and slightly modified
57 Chevy Bel Air. It has been upgraded where necessary, but retains it's
factory look. Thanks for watching and commenting, we appreciate it.
Test Drive - 1957 Chevrolet 210 450 HP 383 Stroker Hot Rod
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This 1957 Chevrolet 210 2-Door Club Coupe Resto-Mod has a 383c.i. 4BBL
(Stroker) 430 H.P. V8 (4 Bolt Main), Automatic (700-R4) Phoenix
Transmission, 12 Bolt Rear w/ 3.73 Limited Slip Gear Ratio, P. Steering, P.
Disc Brakes, March Pulley System, Vintage Brand Air Conditioning, Seat
Belts, Blaupunkt AM/FM/10 Disc Changer Sound System, Cruise Control,
2400/2600 Stall Converter, IDiDiT Chrome Tilt Steering Column w/ Billet
Steering Wheel, Custom Classic Instrument Gauges, American Auto Wiring
Harness, Performance Intake & Carb, MSD Ignition, Isky Cam, Tinted Windows,
Headers w/ 3in Flowmaster SS Exhaust
System, Danchuck Custom Red/Beige Vinyl/Cloth Interior, Gorgeous Fit &
Finish, Caracas Red Exterior, Bel-Air Trim, American Racing Torque Thrust D
Wheels, TCI Pro-Street 4 Link Rear Suspension w/ Koni Coil-Overs, Beautiful
Frame-Off Resto (Approx. 2003), Tastefully Built & Modified, Runs & Drives
Wonderful! Show Winning '57 Bow Tie Resto-Mod! Thanks for taking a look!
Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St Charles, Missouri
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
1957 Chevrolet 210 club coupe Chevy "Bel Air" hot rod vintage classic
collector car restomod vehicle show car restored 383 Stroker horsepower high performance
engine small block overdrive "for sale" Fast Lane Classic Cars St Charles
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1957 Chevy Bel Air FOR SALE flemings ultimate garage
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 Chevy Belair
This is my dad's 1957 Chevy Belair. ;) A very sexy car. My camera is sucky
so the sound of the car isn't as great as it is when you actually hear it.
It's MUCH louder, obviously. =) The burn out wasn't exactly what we wanted,
but better vids will be posted soon. ;) My dad does restoration and
collision work- he's had this car since he was 16. It's been re-done quite
a few times, and it was finally finished up about 2 years ago. ;)
132634 / 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
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Decked in a smooth coat of traditional red paint and sporting a custom
upholstered interior, this red hot 'tri-five' is an exceptionally restored
weekend warrior that is ready for endless nights of carefree cruising.
The beneficiary of a recent frame up restoration, this picturesque '57
Chevy utilizes the highest quality replacement parts on the market to
create a no excuses car with classic good looks. During the extensive
restoration every piece of the body was honed and fine-tuned until it was
as close to perfect as it could get. Once the panels were properly fitted,
a fantastic coat of traditional red paint was professionally applied and
the car was re-assembled into the arrow straight coupe you see here.
Centered in this hot Chevrolets satin black engine bay is a fully dressed,
great sounding 350 cubic inch V8. At the top of that 350 a polished
aluminum air cleaner sends air through a reusable filter into a chrome four
barrel Edelbrock Webber carburetor. Below that carburetor, an Edelbrock
aluminum intake manifold holds a chrome covered coil in front of a
Pertronix Flame Thrower billet distributor. On each side of the intake, new
chrome valve covers sit above loomed Taylor wires and block hugger headers
which send gas into a great sounding true dual Exhaust system. In front of the engine, fresh
V-belts spin a chrome alternator, a polished AC compressor a chrome power
steering pump and billet pulleys behind a correct radiator that's equipped
with fresh hoses, an electric fan and a smooth billet cap.
Underneath the car, a stunningly straight and smooth chassis is finished in
GM satin black, and along with the cars clean suspension parts, hints that
this '57 Bel Air has been frame off restored at some point in its life. The
floor pans are solid and don't appear to have any significant repairs, and
the chassis shows surprisingly little curb rash despite being 54 years old.
Up front, the cars Chevrolet Orange oil pan sits in front of a beefy
5-speed manual transmission that shifts better than any OEM unit produced
in 1957. Holding the drivetrain in place is a clean suspension which
includes the cars correct coil springs inside of upfitted front disc brakes
and recently replaced leaf springs and shocks inside of correct rear drum
brakes. Keeping the car connected to the pavement is a sweet set of 15 inch
American Racing Torq Thrust IIs that are outfitted with traditional knock
offs and 215/60 front and 225/60 rear BF Goodrich Comp T/A radials.
Inside, a striking red custom interior that looks rich enough to be velvet
takes this '57 Chevys visual pop from a 10 to a 15! The stylish, curved '57
Chevy dash is painted bright red to match the exterior of the car, and is
detailed in spectacular stainless trim from door to door. On the left side
of the dash, the cars red and chrome gauge pod includes a bow-tie equipped
speedometer, a fuel gauge and a temperature gauge. In the middle of the
dash you'll find a correct AM radio above controls for the cars Vintage Air
climate control system, and on the passenger's side of the dash a Bel Air
exclusive script complements a factory clock. Below the dash, custom
covered red kick panels flow into spotless red carpet which holds a fire
extinguisher, a chrome Hurst shifter and red rubber floor mats with
colorful Chevrolet crests. The cars fully restored red bench seats feel
firm to the touch and feature stainless trim in front and a center mount
Bel Air speaker in back. At the sides of the seats, custom covered door
panels are detailed with flawless stainless trim and chrome handles, and
above the seats, a custom red headliner hangs custom visors. In front of
the driver, a red tilt steering column is complete with billet stalks for
the turn signals and column, a large Autogage tachometer and a 'cut down'
original Bel Air steering wheel.
Fully sorted and ready to hit the road, this 1957 Bel Air is a highly
desirable 'tri-five' that's been tweaked with all of the right stuff to be
a serious road machine and a weekend trophy winner.