This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 is for sale for $7,300 in Ellsworth, Ohio. It has 29,612 miles with a Clear title and is with a interior.
1957 Chevy 210 2-door. Original 29,612 miles.
On Jan-05-18 at 16:34:10 PST, seller added the following information:
Oops, the actual mileage on the title is 29,835 miles not 29,612. Sorry for the confusion.
Up for sale is my '57 Chevy 210 2-door post car. It still has the original 6 cylinder and 3 speed manual transmission. This car was owned by the same family since Feb. 12, 1971 (I have the bill of sale). It was handed down 3 generations till I acquired it. Arthur (grandpa) passed it to his son Ronald (dad) in 1975. Later that year he decided to face-plant it in the park on a snowy evening. His son Jr. grew up playing in the car as a kid. Got his hand on it in 1997 and began the restoration. As years went by the family grew and the dreams faded away. Now it's someone else time to finish up the project. Whether it's get it going as is (rat rod style), make it a gasser or complete the restoration. What you see is what I got. There are old school Mopar Appliance Mags on it now. It also comes with the 14 inch steel wheels (I assume the originals) and all the parts seen in the photos. Yes, there are extras - see photos. Also comes with an old school 283 cubic inch engine.
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On Jan-12-18 at 09:28:23 PST, seller added the following information:
Wow!! That's a lot of questions guys. Thanks for the interest. I knew tri-five Chevy's are highly sought after, but this is amazing. Answering everyone individual question would be nearly impossible. I've done my best to describe the car honestly. "what you see is what I got". I got the car as-is, the way you see it, so I'm selling the car as-is, the way you see it. This car is 61 years old and is going to need some level of work. What that is I cannot totally say because I do not know what you are trying to accomplish (Saturday Night Cruisers take less work than OE Gold cars, Primer Hot Rods even less work yet). They say a picture is worth a thousand words, I took 20 pictures, that's a lot of words, LOL.
I will continue to answer as many questions as I can until the end of the auction, with the exception to the obvious - How's it drive, Is that yellow primer...etc.