In the mid-1950s, Chevy® introduced its new overhead-valve V-8 engine, commonly referred to as the "small-block" Chevy®. These cars, equipped in '55 - '57, have become known as "Tri-Chevys." The 1957 is the most popular of them all. The Bel Air® version was the top of the line model with additional features and trim that set it apart. The rear tails were a styling trend that celebrated the jet age
- 2 types of decals, stickers and decals.
- Metal axles
- Sprayed in 2 colors
- Molded in red, black and clear with chrome plated parts
Scope of delivery:
- Plastic model kit (not assembled)
- Illustrated, multilingual building instructions