This 1957 Chevrolet 210 hardtop delivers exactly what you want with V8 power, plenty of chrome, and an awesome two-tone style inside and out. So you can look over all the details, but you already know this is the icon you've been searching for.
The two-tone Matador Red with Imperial Ivory roof is exactly how you want this classic to look. The extra luster is courtesy of a more modern application with a clearcoat that loves the sunshine. So it makes for an ideal Sunday cruiser. You can tell they also invested in the details, right down to the whitewalls that are bright enough to coordinate with the roof. And because the front end is so iconic, it's shining like a mirror. The trim has been properly upgraded to the Bel Air, right down to the badging, front fender triple chevrons, and fan-style anodized aluminum tailfin treatment. But an interesting piece of trivia is a that this VB-code coupe is far rarer than a comparable Bel Air. That's because a V8-powered 210 hardtop like this is the kind of premium model that was more expensive than even some higher-market Bel Airs. So that means this one gives you the Bel Air look and extra rarity to enjoy, too!
The two-tone continues inside on the fresh and vibrant interior. The red seats have a white tuck and roll style insert and white piping to gives this a custom cruiser look. Even the door panels were done to match! And with all the deep red on the carpeting, headliner, dash, and more, it really is a quality total package. This one goes for a proper classic atmosphere, including the artful steering wheel, bright trim, and even the AM radio is still on display. But this was also built to make sure you could enjoy it on the road, and so a cleanly installed auxiliary gauge trio keeps you fully informed on what's going on under the hood.
The engine bay continues the car's nice presentation that's ready to show off. Where most Tri-Fives like to showcase their V8 power in chrome, this one has a different and well-coordinated attitude with the bold red block matching the Chevrolet scrip within the black valve covers and air topper. It's a slightly meaner look that goes well with a 327 cubic-inch V8. Not only was that larger than what you got in '57, but also this has a Holley four-barrel carburetor on top. More than just strong V8 power, this has nice supporting components, like an Accel distributor and an electric fan. It's the kind of classic that loves to go for a cruise, and the way this V8 fires up so eagerly reaffirms it. Plus, the smooth ride, modern tread tires disguised as classic whitewalls, and the upgraded three speed automatic transmission are all about enjoying the drive.
This Chevrolet 210 has the look you love inside and out. And it was built so that you can really show it off with ease. Don't miss this awesome hardtop, call today!