The 1957 Chevrolet Belair was a popular car produced by Chevrolet in the 1950s. It was known for its distinctive styling and V8 engine, and it was one of the best-selling cars of its time. The Belair was offered in a range of body styles, including a two-door hardtop and a convertible, and it was available with a variety of optional features and accessories. It was a popular car with both families and car enthusiasts.
It not only features a 1957 Chevy Belair which has not seen any plates for 40 years, but it also features his sons which are 8 and 6, helping him get this amazing ride back on the road.
It sounds like the owner of the 1957 Chevrolet Belair is taking an active interest in preserving the history and heritage of classic cars like the Belair. By involving his children in the process of getting the car back on the road, he is not only teaching them valuable skills and knowledge, but he is also sharing with them the passion and love for these cars. This is a great way to pass on the appreciation of classic cars to the next generation and ensure that they are not forgotten.
”We pulled home a forgotten about junkyard 1957 Chevrolet Belair that was last plated in 1979! Two of my boys age 8 and 6 help me put a fresh 355 Small Block Chevy and a 2 speed power glide in it creating it’s first start in 39 years!”
As a bonus the whole story has a happy ending, because not only does he and his little helpers manage to get this Junkyard Chevy back on its feet, but the video features a massive burnout provided from that fresh 355 Small Block that he installs in the car.
Also after getting much healthier than when he first found it, this guy sold the car to a new owner which made him a great offer and the car is now out there tearing up the streets as we speak.
”Immediately after being refreshed and placed back on the road, I received an offer for the car and she had to go! She’s currently over sea’s tearing up asphalt and being enjoyed by its new owner. I’m glad we were able to revive another part of american classic car history.”
Check out the beautiful youtube/Vice Grip Garage of a family project car: