- The top of the line in 1957 was; a. Impala b. Bel Air c. Nomad.
- The gas cap is located; a. on the left fender. b. under the license plate c. Above the taillight
- What was the name of the top of the line Station Wagon: a. Impala b. Bel Air c. Nomad
- Did all 57's have a brushed aluminum panel on the side? T or F
- The Hardtop came only on the 2 dr model? T or F
- You could only get the Hardtop on the Bel Air line: T or F
- The stock wheel size was: 14 in, 15 in or 16 in
- Where did the bow tie emblem appear? On the trunk, on the hood or on the grill?
- You could get the 57 with a 265 (6 cyl), the 283 or the 327? T or F
- Electric Windows and seat were available on the 57? T or F
- Electric wipers were available on the 57. T or F
- What color were the V's on the hood and trunk on the Bel Air? Silver, Gold or Brushed Chrome?
- The 6 cylinder motor was called? a. Torque Flight, b. Blue Flame or C. Power Pack
- The top of the line model in 1957 was the Bel Air.
- The gas cap was located in the chrome above the tail light.
- The Nomad was the top of the line Station Wagon.
- Only the Bel Air had a brushed aluminum panel on the rear fenders. Less expensive models had a painted insert.
- The Hard Top came in both the 2dr and 4 dr model.
- Not many were made, but the hard top was available in lesser lines than the Bel Air.
- Stock wheel size on the 57 was 14 inch.
- The bow tie emblem was on the grill of the 57.
- The 327 motor was not available in 57. There were a few Fuel Injected motors in the 283 and a power pack motor with a 4 barrel available.
- Electric windows and an electric seat was available in 1957.
- Electric wipers were available in 1957.
- The Bel Airs had a gold V on the hood and the trunk.
- The 6 cylinder motor was called the Blue Flame.
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