Experience the Thrills of the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Pro Street with 1100 HP Supercharged 427


In this video from the 2021 Cruisin’ The Coast Event held on the Mississippi Gulf Coast I catch up with this very cool 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Pro Street car.White over Red color combination is iconic and on this 57 Chevy the Red was laid over White primer to give a already bright Red a little more POP!.

Just a beautiful looking car in the Mississippi Sunshine. The interior is mostly tubs..lol..No back seat and two custom race type seats in the front. The car has all the creature comforts one could want. Power windows. Air. Nice stereo. Packaged in a very fitting race inspired interior. Wheels are always personal choice and no one set will please everyone.

The stance and wheel choice is nailed on this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air from the 2021 Cruisin’ The Coast Event in My opinion. Under the custom hood is a supercharged 427 making around 1100 HP. Tube chassis and all the best to go with that to make sure a trip to the local Burger Joint is fast and safe.

The Tri Five Chevrolet is a car that is has been done and redone. .They are everywhere. .This one is different. I know You will love it as much as I did. Check it out!!!

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