1957 Chevrolet Classic Cars Details

1957 Chevrolet was too much popular classic car in all over the world. Here we will focus brief information about 1957 Chevrolets.

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible

  • Color: Larkspur Blue
  • Convertible Top: White–Power
  • Model #: 2434
  • Factory Base Price: $2,511 plus options
  • Shipping Weight: 3,414 lbs.
  • Production Total: 47,562 cars
  • Engine: 283 ci V8, 270 Horsepower
  • Transmission: Auto-Powerglide
  • Carburetion: 2×4 Barrels
  • Interior: Two Tone Blue Vinyl
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  • Factory Options: Power steering, power brakes, tinted glass, continental kit, day-night inside mirror, door fingernail guards, front bumper guards, front “rubber bullets” on front bumper, lower trunk lid molding, dual outside rearview mirrors, twin rear antennas whitewall tires, heater, spinner hubcaps, push button radio, and back-up lights

1957 Chevrolet “Cameo” Pickup

  • Color: Red
  • Series: 3124
  • Factory Base Price: $2,273 plus options
  • Shipping Weight: 3373 lbs.
  • Production Total: 2244 trucks
  • Engine: 283 ci V8, 220 Horsepower
  • Transmission: Hydra-Matic, automatic
  • Carburetion: Single four barrel
  • Interior: Red and Beige, vinyl & fabric
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  • Factory Options: Whitewall tires, outside door handle guards, dual outside rearview mirrors, radio, heater, front bumper guard

1957 Chevrolet “Corvette”

  • Color: Matador Red
  • Convertible Top: Red Hardtop
  • Model #: 2934
  • Factory Base Price: $3,465 plus options
  • Shipping Weight: 2,880 lbs.
  • Production Total: 6,339 cars
  • Engine: 283 ci V8, 270 Horsepower
  • Transmission: Four speed manual
  • Carburetion: Two four barrels
  • Interior: Red vinyl
  • Factory Options: Optional dual four barrel carbs, whitewall tires, dual exhaust, tackometer, outside rearview mirrors, radio, four speed manual transmission

1957 Chevrolet “El Morocco” Two Door Hardtop

  • Color: Black and Silver
  • Model #: 2454
  • Factory Base Price: $4,386 plus options
  • Shipping Weight: 3,274 lbs.
  • Production Total: 187 total cars in 1957
  • Engine: 283 ci V8, 220 Horsepower
  • Transmission: Powerglide automatic
  • Carburetion: Single four barrel
  • Interior: Black and silver vinyl & fabric
  • Factory Options: Power steering, power brakes, whitewall tires, spinner hubcaps, tinted glass, clock, push button radio, dual exhaust, heater 1957 Chevrolet “El Morocco” two door hardtop.

Extremely rare, only made by Chevrolet for two years, 1956 and 1957. In 1957 they made convertibles, twodoor hardtops, and two-door hardtops.

They were sold and warrantied by Chevrolet. The modifications were made by Allender & Co. in Detroit, Michigan and then taken to the dealers for sale.

1957 Chevrolet “El Morocco” Convertible

  • Color: Sierra Gold Poly, White Convertible Top
  • Model #: 2434
  • Factory Base Price: $4,598 plus options
  • Shipping Weight: 3,414 lbs.
  • Production Total: 187 total cars
  • Engine: 283 ci V8, 220 Horsepower
  • Transmission: Powerglide automatic
  • Carburetion: Single four barrel
  • Interior: Sierra Gold and Beige vinyl
  • Factory Options: Power steering, power brakes, tinted glass, spinner hubcaps, whitewall tires, push button radio, dual exhaust, clock 1957 Chevrolet El-Morocco.

Extremely rare, only made by Chevrolet for two years, 1956 and 1957. In 1957 they came in three models, a convertible, a two door hardtop and a four door hardtop.

They were sold and warrantied by Chevrolet. The modifications were made by Allender & Co. in Detroit, Michigan and then taken to the dealerships for sale. There are only a few convertibles known to still exist.

1957 Chevrolet “Black Widow” 150 Two-door “Utility” Sedan

  • Color: Black & White – only color available
  • Model #: 1512
  • Factory Base Price: N.A.
  • Shipping Weight: 3,168 lbs. plus modifications
  • Production Total: “Not Available” – very few
  • Engine: 283 ci V8 horsepower, fuel-injected
  • Transmission: Three-speed standard, column mount
  • Interior: Stock utility sedan with roll bar
  • Convertible Top: Power – white

History: These cars were built strictly for racing. On February 20, 1957, Nascar ruled that since late model convertibles and short track cars were limited to engines with one four-barrel carburators, they could not be raced in Nascar races after that date.

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