1957 Chevrolet Convertible – For 1957, Chevrolet introduced what would become one of the most iconic American automobiles of the 1950’s. The ’57 Chevrolet was actually a face lift of the 1955 and 1956 Chevy’s. The 1957 Chevrolet and especially the 1957 Chevrolet Convertible was a landmark design that still looks good today.
Nothing matches the freedom and excitement of driving on an open road with the top down on a beautiful day. It is precisely that feeling of unbridled freedon that has made convertibles so popular with the car buying public since their first introduction.
The 1957 Chevrolet Convertible were available as a model 2434 body style 1067D two door five passenger in the Bel Air series. The factory price ranged from $2511.00 to $2611.00. 1957 Chevy convertible production was 47,562. It is claimed that there are more ’57 Chevy convertibles on the road today that any other classic car.
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1957 Chevrolet Convertibles were available with a 235 cubic inch inline 6 cylinder. V-8 options included a 265 cubic inch 162 horsepower Turbo Fire V-8. In addition two 283 cubic inch V-8s were available. One was rated at 185 horsepower with a 2 barrel carburetor and a Super Turbo Fire with a four barrel carburetor that developed 220 horsepower.
Other engine options on the 1957 Chevrolet Convertible was 270 horsepower that was equipped with 2 four barrel carburetors, Duntov cam and solid lifters. 1957 was the first year that Chevy ever offered a fuel injection engine as an option. It was a 283 cubic inch V-8 rated at 283 horsepower with Duntov cam, solid lifters and fuel injection.
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