1957 Chevrolet 150 Rest O mod
Welcome to StreetDreamsTexas.com as we celebrate our 17th year in the classic and collectible car business. Keep an eye on our website, s we have some great cars and trucks coming in. This is one of the best '57`s we have had. This fantastic sedan delivery has gone through an extensive frame off restoration. While off of the frame, brand new Art Morrison chassis was chosen for the foundation of this black beauty. Take notice of the chassis photos at the end. WOW! The spotless chassis is equipped with chrome tubular A-arms, -link rear, hree huge driveshaft loops, oilover shocks, tainless brake lines, nd the list goes on. Check out the monster Michelin meats on the rear (335/30 ZR18); they look like steamrollers! The heart of this machine is a Bill Mitchell Motown 427 ci small block rated at 540 hp with ceramic coated tuned headers, arch serpentine belt system, nd an aluminum radiator with electric fans, ll involved in keeping it neat and slick looking under the hood. Believe it or not, he has 3 pedals in the floor for that genuine muscle car sensation. A Tremic 5-speed manual transmission was chosen which provides an overdrive highway gear for real cruising pleasure. As you would expect with a build like this, ilwood 4-wheel disc brakes, eaturing cross drilled and gas slotted rotors, rovide world-class braking performance. The interior is very tastefully done with very nice gauges, ice stereo, nd the upholstery is beautiful in red and black Connolly leather. The headliner is amazing and flows back into the sides of the rear cargo area. This delivery also has a back seat, hile most sedan deliveries have only the front. The one-piece rear hatch is way cool and shows off the high-end sound system. Originally built by Michael Bartone of Bartone Brothers Racing as his personal driver at a cost of over $200,000. And yes, he paint is absolutely stunning and truly must be seen to be believed! Street Dreams is a full service dealership that can assist with shipping, nsurance, nd transportation.