Monday, January 24, 2011

Junkyard find: Iconic 1957 Chevy Bel Airs, Two-Tens and 150s

1957 Chevy with fangs? Not really, just factory bumper guards on this Tri-Five in a Pennsylvania junkyard.

More 1957 Chevrolets to lose sleep over. Ron Kidd's mid-summer trip to Pennsylvania resulted in the discovery of a long-forgotten junkyard. The junkyard, 24-miles south of Harrisburg, in Dover, Pennsylvania had been closed for decades. Rumors of the salvage yard's demise and sell-off of all cars and parts spread like wildfire across the mouths of Carlisle-bound car enthusiasts. Kidd sacrificed a day at the GM Nationals in Carlisle, PA. to bring you these photos of final year Tri-Five Chevys.
Two 1957 Chevys flanked by a 1964 Chevrolet Nova and a 1964 Impala. 

1957 Chevy 4 Door Sedan. Not much remains to identify it as a Bel Air, 210 or 150 series.
Tropical Turquoise paint is revealed underneath a dark blue repaint (Harbor Blue perhaps?) on this 1957 Chevy 4 Door Sedan.

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Fin-tastic! A 1957 Chevy's vertical fins sits next to a 1960 Impala's horizontal bat wings.

This 1957 Chevy 2 Door Bel Air sat among dozens of dilapidated classics in a Pennsylvania junkyard in July 2010.
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