1957 Chevrolet Interiors – Inside the 1957 Chevrolet, upholstery contours and fabrics were completely redesigned. Over 20 new seat cover patterns with matching door trim were available on the new ’57 Chevrolet’s. These combinations were available on the the 2 door and 4 door sedans, sport coupe, sport sedan, townsman station wagon and the Nomad station wagon.
The general effect was something that was not as cushy as Chevy interiors of the past but looked like they would wear considerably better. Bel Airs particularly reflected a hodgepodge of vinyl’s. silver piping and glittery nylon fabrics. For the first time all Bel Airs featured full carpeting as standard.
The Bel Air convertible had four different color combination and were all vinyl or cloth pattern looking vinyl. In addition there were five different convertible top fabric colors (Ivory, Black, Light Blue, Medium Green and Beige) that more closely match some of the body colors. Two-Ten models have an array of choices from silver vinyl to charcoal pattern cloth. However, only choices were offered on the One-Fifty models, basic black and gray plus a dark green vinyl.
The new dash had raised clusters ahead of the steering wheel, housing a large circular speedometer between smaller diameter water temperature and fuel gauges. The radio (optional) was still mounted centrally and above the glove box. The front speaker now faced upward from the middle of the dash top instead of directly at the right front passenger like the 1955 and 1956 Chevy’s. The dash was slightly concave all the way across instead of flat.
Bel Air Convertible Interior Colors and Top Colors
Bel Air 2 Door and 4 Door Sedans
Bel Air Sport Coupe and Sport Sedan
Bel Air Townsman Station Wagon and Nomad Station Wagon
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Two Ten 2 Door and 4 Door Sedans
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