1950's American Dream Cars

These were the iconic cars  of the post WW2 American Dream


1957 CHEVROLET Bel-Air Convertible with Factory Fuel Injection


Sold for $100,000 on September 6, 2014

AACA Senior National First Prize
Factory fuel injection
FJ-suffix 283/250 HP V-8 engine
Powerglide automatic transmission
Continental kit
Power convertible top
Power steering and brakes
Power windows and seat
Wonderbar radio, dash clock
Tissue dispenser
Dual antennas

Chevroletís 1957 Bel Air convertible needs no introduction as one of the classics of American automotive design, especially in full-bloom examples such as this loaded fuel-injectedconvertible. Built at Chevroletís Baltimore, Maryland assembly plant, this multiple award-winner is a factory Fuelie model with the FJ-suffix 283/250 HP V-8 packing Rochester fuel injection and driving a Powerglide 2-speed automatic.  In addition to power steering and  brakes, the car offers a power soft top, windows and front seat, Wonderbar radio and dash clock and tissue dispenser. Its dramatic MatadorRed paint, Silver and Red interior and White soft top are further ornamented with wide Whitewalls and spinner wheel covers, dual antennas and a classic Continental kit.