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FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 210 $61,000 USD
Morgantown, PA

Interior Color:

Exterior Color:
Sunburst Orange

1957 Chevrolet 210 Station Wagon   1957 would be the last year for the tri-five era, but in most people\'s minds the best as far as design and styling.  It has the lineup of the models ranging in price and options from the 150 which was the basic car, to the 210 which gave us some upgrades, to the top of the line Bel Air, which was the loaded version.   For consignment, a 210 version of a tri five wagon.  This 1957 model came from the factory with 2 doors, a rear gate, and a back bench for extra passengers.  The car was mainly built for the suburban family to get around or the sole proprietor to carry out their trades with the use of this car to haul, store, and shuttle to various job sites.   That is where it ends for the utilitarian 210 and our consignment takes over with a frame off restoration performed on a rust free Texas body, numerous mods, upgrades, and customizations literally to the nines, making it even better than the top of line Nomad in several more modern ways.  READ ON! Exterior All beautiful straight steel panels, with well minded gaps cover the now Sunburst Orange painted deep end of the pool exterior of this car.  The visored headlights, gold grille side mounted rubber tipped Dagmars, wrap around chrome, and lower grounding bumper are the essential for the 57 year.   Also the hood embedded rockets with their dip down in the hood are another nice 50\'s futuristic touch.  All this chrome, brite-work, trim and badging is excellent, having been removed and polished to a sparkling shine.  The front wrap around windshield is trimmed with shiny chrome, as are the windows, and rear wrap around the corner side glass has a very beautiful rake rearward from the side view.  This in conjunction with the slowly descending spear on the rear quarter are making up the look for the iconic 57 models.  Large fins protrude way past the rear roofline and house the vertical tail edge trimmings, crescent moon shaped tail lights and open ovals firmly implanted within the rear bumper below.  Speaking of the roofline, it\'s completely smooth and finished in a stunning and contrasting white.  A large gold Vee adorns the rear tailgate and above is the lift up rear glass hovering above an up and down tailgate.  Fins were a big thing in this era and these take the cake with a protrusion of at least another foot of bodywork past the tailgate.  Don\'t pierce yourself when loading that 4x8 sheet of plywood or 5 gallon buckets of paint inside!  15-inch Cragar S/S wheels are on all 4 corners and all wrapped with 215/70R15\'s in front, and larger 275/60R15\'s on back all fun blackwall form.  Overall the finish on this car is well applied, but does have a roughness of orange peel along with various inclusion and chip offs.   Interior Custom is the word bird for this car as the confines of the doors which sport black vertical ribbed fuzzy broadcloth panels and chromed actuator and cranks lead the way to a brand new interior.  These emutale the factory panels, including the integral armrest and welcome us to the freshly recovered black fuzzy broadcloth front split bench seat with deeply stitched tuck and roll inserts and bright red piping.  The dash retains its original bump up from the factory 57 look, however is now all Sunburst Orange and sports more modern Classic Instruments white face gauges.  Plenty of extra gauges are peppering the remainder of the dash now set up to monitor the healthy mill upfront, (more on the in a few, stay tuned...), and on the dash lower is a custom ribbed aluminum trim panel that runs the length of the dash and hold some knobs and pulls as well as the ignition.  For the back, a simple bench arrangement is in and is finished in charcoal vinyl.  For the remainder of the storage bed area, all is nice, clean, with black short pile carpeting and an opening to access the fuel cell.  This carpeting continues forward floating the chairs and is equally as nice.  The headliner above is slightly sagged black vinyl an


  • Price$61,000 USD
  • Odometer70
  • Body Stylestation_wagon
  • Stock #5651

Price History

Original Price$61,000
Listed Price$61,000

Excluding price changes of less than $100.

About This Dealership:

6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA

Classic Auto Mall is a world class consignment house located in southeastern Pennsylvania with indoor showroom space for up to 1,000 collectable and special interest vehicles offered for sale. We are conveniently located just west of Philadelphia.

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