Some automobiles leave a good taste in your mouth that urges you to spend the rest of your life chasing. Some people say it could be lightning-in-a-bottle. I say it could very well be chance occurence. Some people really enjoy Chevrolet vehicles. One of which is the legacy of keeping a 1957 fresh. This includes knowing all there is to know about the oil levels, the braking capabilities and also the weight qualifications of the vehicle itself. When you look at a nice Bel-Air model of Chevy’s nice and shiny, you have to consider so many factors. Like what type of drive type it is?
In the case of the Chevrolet Bel Air of 1957?
It certainly is a rear-wheel drive. Weighing in at about 3273 pounds, the souped-up speedster could easily hit sixty seconds in nine-point-nine seconds. A quarter-mile and you’re looking at 77.5 miles per hour. Isn’t that impressive? One could even tell that the Inline-6 of the V-8 engines is properly inserted in order to really make that cat purr.
Keep the interior nice and tidy for such a vehicle! Sure it sits six people but that certainly doesn’t mean you can cram 12 dogs in the back seat, getting mucky paws all over the material! And while it is a two-door car, it still was expensive for the price it was, back in the day. We’re looking at a roadster that cost $2,756 or $26,647.48 when adjusted for inflation. It’s crazy how these priced just change on you, isn’t it? Like you just see out of nowhere a price jump that demonstrates how valuable a car can be even now, years after the original manufacturers have already expired into the great car garage in the sky! How is that something that practically anybody can make sense of? Certainly, these vintage Chevrolet vehicles need the best of care to withstand the wear.