1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air two-door hardtop is another icon of 1950s American automobile design. It has become a popular collector car and one that conjures up images of drive-ins and sock hops. The year 1957 was one of the most competitive model years in automotive history. Ford and Plymouth both introduced new and exciting models for 1957. Chevrolet offered a face-lift of its popular 1956 models for 1957. The 1957 models possessed integrated styling and utility, including features such as the air-duct headlamp surrounds and a hidden gas cap in the tail fin. In a uniquely competitive year, Chevrolet won the race for most calendar year sales, while Ford yielded the most model year sales. The style of the 1957 Chevrolet has never lost its appeal and is more popular now than ever. The wheelbase of this car is 115 inches, and the car weighs 3,274 pounds. Equipped with automatic transmission, the car’s list price was $2,587.