The 1957 Chevrolet automotive line had three different two door sedan versions available, the Bel Air, 210 and 150. The 150 Utility was the base model with back seat removed for extra storage space. The 150 Utility Sedan coupled with a new Ramjet fuel injection engine made a full race ready car commonly known as the Black Widow because of its black and white paint color. Optional 283 cubic inch V-8 engines with fuel injection or carburetor and automatic or manual transmission. Features: Six lug stock wheels with dog dish hub caps. Decals with stock factory and race graphics; and Molded in white, clear and transparent red with chrome plated parts and black vinyl tires. Paint colors needed: Chevy Engine Red, Semi Gloss Black, Gloss Black, Gloss Turquoise, Gloss White, Aluminum, Silver, and Steel.
|This plastic model kit requires plastic cement and paint for assembly, and they are sold separately.|