Fully restored - Many options - New mechanics - Valid MOT
|Condition:||Overall in good, restored condition|
|Registration papers:||with Spanish registration|
|Country of location:||Spain|
Chevrolet Belair Convertible from 1957 in very good condition.
Chevrolet built 1,499,685 units in 1957, of which only 47,562 were convertibles. This model is perhaps the most legendary of all of Chevrolet’s production during the 1950s. It has disc brakes in the front wheels. The dashboard and steering wheel are upholstered in leather.
This unit has been fully restored. It rides on a new 700R automatic transmission. 283cu revised and updated engine with chrome Edelbrock carburettor (new), chrome alternator (new), chrome radiator (new), chrome water pipes, AA, etc and dual cooling system: Mechanical and electronic inverter that fires from 70 ° c.
Air conditioning system (new). Power steering (new). New hydraulic brakes system. New suspension. 100% brand new electrical system with fuse boxes. 4 power windows (new), 2 doors. Central locking (new). MP3 classic style radio (new). New electrical hood opening system ( electrical engine + pistons).
60 KM since full engine overhaul
MOT valid until 2018 and historical Spanish registration.
The vehicle can be seen and tested in Mallorca (Baleares), Spain.
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This is a used vehicle. It is highly advisable to view the vehicle before bidding, to avoid disappointment afterwards. To arrange a viewing appointment or for more info, please contact Catawiki. Offers are excluding transport and export, unless otherwise indicated.
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from Portals nous (Spain). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
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