Sweet '57 Chevy Bel' a big car with big space for big people. A classic car designed by Chevrolet. Many of these types of cars were designed by the same company.
This model was first came in view in 1950-1980s. In the starting period of time it was only designed for two doors entry and exit only. Till 1981 we have seen the eight generation for the same model but after a long time company had introduced a concept model in 2002.
With the 1953 model year the Bel Air name was transformed from an assignment for an one of a kind body shape to a premium level of trim connected over various body styles. For 1950, Chevrolet concocted a progressive style that would set an example for quite a long time. The Bel Air Hardtop was styled as a convertible with a non-separable strong rooftop. Models like this had been around since the 1920s, including early Chevrolets, with no level of achievement. Be that as it may, the recently amended thought, clearing the GM line from Chevrolet to Cadillac, had at long last discovered its time. Initially year creation came to just 76,662 as purchasers warily tried the amended idea.
The 1957 Bel Air is among the most unmistakable American autos ever; very much looked after cases, particularly Sport Coupes and Convertibles are exceedingly looked for after by gatherers and fans. They are spacious, with tastefully limited, period use tail balances and chrome.From 1955 to 1957, generation of the two-entryway Nomad station wagon was doled out to the Bel Air arrangement, in spite of the fact that its body and trim were one of a kind to that model.
Preceding turning into a consistent generation demonstrate, the Nomad initially showed up as a Corvette-based idea vehicle in 1954.From 1955 to 1957, creation of the two-entryway Nomad station wagon was relegated to the Bel Air arrangement, despite the fact that its body and trim were exceptional to that model. Preceding turning into a general creation show, the Nomad initially showed up as a Corvette-based idea vehicle in 1954.
Of foremost significance is the 1962 Bel Air Sport Coupe and Chevrolet Corvette , the most recent year a Bel Air hardtop was accessible. This model highlighted the "bubbletop" rooftop from 1961, and was prevalent with hot rods who requested the auto with the new-for-'61 409 cubic inch "W-piece" V8 with up to 409 bhp (305 kW); an exceptional bundle including aluminum body boards, radiator erase, and four-speed manual transmission. An auto with this design is a significant gatherer vehicle that orders a major premium over other 1962 models including the Super Sport.