1957 chevy sedan delivery pro touring street rod drag race gasser custom wagon

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Bel Air/150/210
SubModel: Nostalgic classic other kit
Type: Sedan
Trim: 150
Year: 1957
Mileage: 99,999
Color: Gray
Engine: V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Chicago, Illinois, United States
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Description of 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 150

This is a 1957 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery, it has a updated 358 pump gas eng, turbo 400 trans, with a 373 posi rear end, this is a great all around combo for street and highway driving maybe even a little drag racing. I have done some shows and cruise nights in it and it has been more than fun... she starts with ease, runs great, eng never got hotter than 180, has that great loopy cam and exhaust sound that we all like to hear at cruise night. she handles/drives down the road nice, stops strait and true with ease, she steers easy with a big factory steering wheel and small front tires. A few year back "not many" it had a body off resto, with new body bushings excetera and you can for sure tell when you drive it "nice and smooth" as you can see in the pictures the frame and body braces and floor are in great shape. i didn't see anything more than a little surface rust, it's very clean... If you would like to view the car or have any questions call John 1-773-771-6893
358 chevy small block, runs on 93 otc fuel/gas pump fuel.
Callies crankshaft
10.5 to 1 pistons
JE rods
Bow tie angle plug heads 202's
Chrome chevy logo valve covers/easy off step screws, chrome breathers
Chrome timing cover
Chrome oil pan
Alum Brodix high rise air gap intake
Chrome chevy logo air filter housing
Holley carb 750cm part#4079/7219/11180
Holley fuel pump alum manual part# 12-327
Custom braided fuel lines and fittings, New 3/8 fuel line to the tank
new tri 5 steel fuel tank with sending unit
Tri 5 alum radiator, never went higher than 180
Jaz overflow bottle with level
alum hi flow water pump
four Chrome pulleys
1 alum custom pulley
Chrome single wire alt 100 amps
Mini starter part# PEP50004
Mallory dist. magnetic brakeless ign.comp 9000 part# 984B201
MSD blaster 3 ign. coil
Spark plugs AC delco R45TS
*MM ign. wires with cover jackets
MSD ign. box A- 6ALN part# PN6430
New battery Gold series 820CA
Fresh rebuilt turbo 400 trans
RV shift kit
street/race converter 3500 stall
new trans lines cooled buy radiator
Nilon trans mount #1036
Custom braided dip stick/tube
custom trans cross over/bar for dual exhaust
new drive shaft, heavy duty Ujoints
Loker cruise night shifter and linkage
new speedo cable
Posi rear end limited slip 373 gears
Chrome traction slapper bars
Tri 5 inboard leaf spring kit
new leaf springs
steel 4in body mini tubbed
steel floor
new rear gas shocks Decarbon part# TA5075
new front coil springs
new AL drag shocks
new lower contral arm bushing kit
all other steering parts in great shape
GM buck horn exhaust manifolds Part# 3707901-2
new exhaust pipes 2 1/2 front to rear
Thrush open flow mufflers part #17656 sounds like 40 series
Black out exhaust tips
Master cylinder dual resivar
New brake lines
New brake linings front and rear
New wheel cylinders/hardware
Chrome hood hinges and springs
Sunpro Gauges AMP/ OIL/ TEMP speedo and fuel gauges work fine
Sony AM/FM/CD with remote
tri 5 floor mats
stock 1957 steering wheel/easy steering
total black out paint scheme
AJ's racing seat belt drivers side
universal seat belt passenger side
factory vin plate in windshield post
GM trim tag on firewall
TRIM 716
electric wipers
dual visors dual mirrors
150 side trim
new weather rubber strips on doors and tail gate
new steel wheels 6in by 15 front
new steel wheels 8in by 15 rear
new front tires Laufenn 205/70/15
new rear tires BF Goodrich T/A 275/60/15
1966 GM poverty hub caps
Few things I was thinking about fixing, the rear door lock on the hatch also the heater hoses are not hooked up to the heater core, so the heat doesn't work. there are a few flaws/chips in the paint but it still looks great with people giving it compliments all the time. cheers and good luck bidding may the best man win..