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Nearly Sixty: 1957 Chevrolet 150

1957 Chevrolet 150

Reader Dustyn F has found another interesting barn find! This one is a ’57 Chevy and yes, it’s a 4 door, but it still looks like a great find! Here is what Dustyn has to say about it – Fast approaching 60 years old this Tri-Five is well on its way to becoming someones Sunday hotrod. These cars have a great following and tons of aftermarket support. Given the progress on this project finishing the restomod and taking advantage of the upcoming summer should be a cake walk. Find this Tri-Five here on craigslist in Silt, Colorado for $6k. Special thanks to Dustyn for the tip!

Comments

  1. Will

    No link.

    • Jesse Mortensen Jesse Staff

      Oops! Thanks for catching that. It’s all fixed.

  2. scooter8

    off topic, Jesse. was getting my Barn Finds on my Email page,now it’s coming up on my spam page? don’t know what i might have done? i’m not a wiz with this lap top. all info is below. thank you! love BFs!

  3. Mr. Bond

    My first car was a 57 Chevy 210 4 door, 235 Auto. Paid $50 for it, in 1977. Needed a lot of work, especially the interior. Interesting to note that cars last so much longer now, and hold up so much better. Many 20 year old cars on the road today are in great shape, with just basic maintenance.

    • grant

      Right?! Whenever someone says they don’t build them like they used to, my usual reaction is “good!”

  4. rangeroger

    Did the seller plan to use it in winter? There’s a snow plow that looks ready to mount laying in front of the frame rails.

  5. Robert White

    If you read the Craigslist page the chap says the ‘we took the front clip apart three years ago.’ but then he states that it is his daughter’s car ‘and she does not have time to put it back together again’, so he wants it out of his shed.

    Seems to me that whomever took it apart should be the one to put it all back together again. Other than that it looks like a good deal, but I would talk the guy down even more for not bothering to do a little work to put it all back where he took it apart.

    Bob

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