MYSTIC CERAMIC SUPREME
➢ Step (1) Correction Paint.
➢ Step (2) Polished Fine.
➢ Step (3) Pre-Coating GYEON PRIMER.
➢ GYEON Ceramic Coating Protection & Ultra
Beautiful 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, with the paint in excellent condition to get the best possible shine, including a good ceramic protection Gyeon Q2 ONE EVO. The final result is visible to the naked eye as the brightness stands out at a distance.
Work time: 2.5 days.
OLDSMOBILE 442 OVERVIEW:
The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air is one of America’s most iconic vehicles. It’s right up there with the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Corvette. Even people who aren’t into cars know what a ‘57 Chevy is. Perhaps you’ve seen one at a local classic car show or in a movie or are just curious about the origins of this legend. Read on as we reveal the details that make the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air so special.
We cover the differences from early Chevrolets later on, but it’s essential to know that the 1957 Chevrolet was available in three trims: the base 150, the mid-level 210, and the top-tier Bel Air. The Bel Air gets all of the attention as it boasts the most features and distinctive accents. Given the Bel Air’s looks and equipment, it was often referred to as the poor man’s Cadillac.
While Ford actually sold more full-sized cars for the 1957 model year than Chevy, the more than 700,000 Bel Airs built during that time confirm its popularity. In fact, Chevy sold more than 1.5 million A-body cars for 1957 when you include the 150 and 210 models. The ‘55 and ‘56 models had developed a reputation for reliability and, when needed, simple and cheap repair. This carried through into 1957.
The abundance of 1957 Bel Airs also helps account for why the car continues to be popular. There are still plenty available, and there is ready access to parts thanks to a robust aftermarket.
April 8, 2023