’57 Chevy: Full of spunk, but beautifully behaved

Full of spunk… but beautifully behaved… the ’57 Chevy!

It doesn’t just look sweet, smooth and sassy. … that’s the kind of car the’57 Chevy in. And you get sports car control behind the wheel… a solid, sure-footed feel on the road, smooth and easy response to every command.

When you design sports car sure-footedness and precision of control into a passenger car, you’re ahead right off the Inn. Chevrolet’s new advances in steering, suspension and springing take care of that. Then drop in the industry’s most advanced, most talked about V8 engine and you’ve got a car that’s noticeably different from any other on the road.

That’s the new Chevy — the lithest, liveliest, sweetest handling number of the year. That’s why you’ll get more of a lift out of driving a ’57 Chevy. Its pep and easy handling make it fun. Safer, too. It’s spacious inside, during in design outside. But still it’s a stickler for tradition, and in the grand Chevrolet manner it’s known to be as trouble-free as that totem pole in our picture.

Drive a new Chevy, one with the exact power you prefer (h.p. goes up to 245). With triple-turbine Turboglide, too, the newest and smoothest of all automatic drives (an extra-cost option). Your dealer will gladly arrange it… Chevrolet Division of General Motors, Detroit 2, Michigan.

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