Take a trip back in time with one of the most emblematic cars of the 1950s, the Chevy 150. Chevy 150s are easily recognizable by their metal trim, low-hanging exterior shape, and rounded corners, and 1957 Chevy 150s are especially popular with car enthusiasts because of the 283 cubic-inch V8 engines that came standard for that model year. 1957 Chevy 150s also have a side trim that make them look similar to the Chevy Bel-Air, a popular full-size sedan from that era. Chevy 150 engines, dubbed "Super Turbo-Fire" engines, start at 185 horsepower. With the inclusion of Rochester Ram fuel-injection, however, these engines could produce a markedly high 283 horsepower. In the 1957 version, there are four different transmission types, including a 3-speed Synchromesh manual, a 3-speed Synchromesh manual with overdrive unit, a 2-speed Powerglide automatic, and a Turboglide variable speed automatic. There is a "race-ready" 150 dubbed the "Black Widow," which features a black and white color way, heavy-duty brakes, 6-lug wheels, and dual shock absorbers in the suspension. In the vast inventory on eBay, you can browse around a wide selection of 150s, which come in three body types – sedan, wagons, and coupes.
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