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05-22-2006 02:01 PM
ckucia How to Restore Your 1957 Chevy Book

If link doesn't work, go to http://www.classicchevy.com and click the "Literature and Video" link on the LH side.
05-22-2006 09:20 AM
seaswirl
restoring your 57

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Originally Posted by willys36@aol.com
Looking in my copy of "How to Restore Your 1957 Chevrolet", published by Classic Chevy Club International, the paint chart (appears to be an official GM chart) in the appendix lists only "silver" as the interior color. For body color, they list "Inca Silver" as an option.

Incidentally, if you are restoring a tri-5 Chevy get that book. It has step by step building procedures with very clear photos of installing nearly every bolt on the car.

I haven't been able to find that book.Where did you get yours
05-12-2006 04:19 PM
matt167 any good restoration catalog will have a vin/ body tag chart that will decode all that information and tell you. I have it in my chevsofthe40s catalog but it only goes up to '54, otherwise I would look for you.
05-12-2006 02:24 PM
seaswirl
restoring 1957 chevy

I read your post on the book on restoring your 1957 chevy,I can't seem to locate it.Any ideas where I could locate it.
09-08-2005 11:53 PM
kzgysr Thanks for your reply.....
09-08-2005 08:51 PM
willys36@aol.com Looking in my copy of "How to Restore Your 1957 Chevrolet", published by Classic Chevy Club International, the paint chart (appears to be an official GM chart) in the appendix lists only "silver" as the interior color. For body color, they list "Inca Silver" as an option.

Incidentally, if you are restoring a tri-5 Chevy get that book. It has step by step building procedures with very clear photos of installing nearly every bolt on the car.
09-03-2005 11:56 PM
kzgysr
57 Chev Dash and Steering column paint

Does anyone know the correct paint code for the silver dash, steering column, and steering wheel for my 57 Chev. I think it's called "Argent Silver" but I'm not sure. Thanks in advance.....

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