The 1957 Chevy Limo, also known as the Chevrolet Bel Air limousine, was a luxury car from the 1950s that had been converted into a stretch limousine. The car was built using a standard 1957 Bel Air sedan, which was then extended by approximately 30 inches to create extra legroom for passengers.
The Chevy limo had the same iconic styling as the standard Bel Air, with its chrome accents and iconic tail fins, but with a longer wheelbase and larger rear doors to allow for easy access. The interior was fitted with plush leather seats, wood-trimmed accents, and a full sound system, creating a luxurious and comfortable ride for up to eight passengers.
The 1957 Chevy Limo was a popular choice for weddings, proms, and other special events during the heyday of American automobiles. Today, restored examples of the Chevy limo remain highly sought after among collectors and enthusiasts who appreciate the beauty and craftsmanship of this classic car.