The rear of the 1957 Bel-air has been seen on the walls of most car lovers through their teen years. The ’57 was a cult car due to its stunning wings and gold trim accents. Very few of the cars in South Africa were brought in as Bel-airs, most were 210’s converted into Bel-airs using the various trims available; most of the time one can tell straight away as Bel-airs in this country were LHD compared to the RHD 210 siblings. This particular car is such a car, being the LHD Bel-air spec. The car runs well and smooth with its 350ci motor mated to a 350 Turbo Box. The car has had new upholstery done as well as all the electrics. There are minor details that need attention but overall the car is in good condition.