1957 Chevrolet Bel Air: Tuition Money

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air

We do a lot of things for our children, even give up our classic cars. That is exactly what is happening with this ’57 Chevy. The seller purchased it out of a large Chevrolet collection. It had been parked for nearly 25 years and was not running. After buying it, the seller got it back on the road, but left it looking a bit rough. It still needs a little more work, but could be enjoyed as is. The seller’s daughter needs tuition money and being a good father, is giving up his classic to help pay for school. They have listed this Bel Air here on eBay in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Bidding is already to $8k and the seller is offering it with a Buy-It-Now of $15k. If this ’57 is solid, runs, and drives great, it seems like a decent buy for a 283 powered car! So would you give up your classic to send one of your children off to school?

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Comments

  1. Cooper

    As a current college student I would hope my father wouldn’t even dream of this! But that’s just my opinion! I’d much rather have the car!

  2. KO

    Nope.

  3. Chebby

    Looks cool all crusty like that.

  4. fred

    This is exactly how they looked in high school parking lots in the 70’s. I remember getting a nice 4 door hardtop for $150, because I couldn’t afford a beater 2 door hardtop for $350!

  5. Randy

    Yep, I would. But have none now for my kids, as I sold mine to go to college, first was a 1924 Model T and then my 1937 Packard 120 business coupe.

  6. Jerry

    That’s about how they looked in the mid 1960s too. Very popular at my high school.

    As for selling a classic car for college tuition it needs to be for a useful major.

    My restored 1967 candy apple red Mustang convertible went bye bye for my daughter’s dental implants. She had a full scholarship to college.

  7. RoughDiamond

    I live in Chattanooga and sure would have remembered seeing that beater ’57 on the road if we had ever crossed paths. Looks like it has great potential.

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