- Engine Size
- 235 V6
- Transmission Type
- 3 Speed Manual
1957 Chevrolet 210 Sedan
Without question, the 1957 Chevy is one of America's most iconic images. From being instantly recognized around the world to its top ranking among diehard fans of GM's bowtie and general car enthusiasts alike, this single model year has seen it all since introduction. Its competition credentials were felt not only on the quarter-mile, but also on the ovals--both dirt and paved. It's been chopped, lowered, modified and lovingly restored. The '57 Chevy has also been replicated countless times in die-cast and molded plastic guises, ranging from 1/87 scale right up to 1/12th--even fiberglass go-cart bodies have been produced in its image. And its picture has hung on countless bedroom and garage walls.
Granted, in most cases it's the Bel Air that receives the lion's share of attention. One might even go so far as to question whether or not Chevy even produced anything other than the Bel Air (and Corvette) in 1957, yet two other models were rolling for the assembly line: the 150, for the economy-minded consumer, and the 210, which bridged the gap between the 150 and the luxurious Bel Air. Today, these are the affordable models that make great alternatives to owning and restoring the more expensive Bel Air.
Offered is a very nice 1957 Chevrolet 210 Sedan in light blue with matching light blue vinyl and cloth interior. This 210 is rust free and has recently been tuned up and made ready for the road. The Chevy is powered by a 235 cu in in-line 6-cylinder engine and 3-speed manual transmission. The sedan sports 4-wheel drum brakes and like new 14 in tires and wheels.
With a long ownership history, this is one well-kept Chevy Sedan that needs nothing to be driven and enjoyed. Although not as popular among collectors as the 2-door Belair, this Sedan provides an opportunity to own one of Chevrolet's greatest designs at a very low investment. You won't find one nicer at this price.