Is it hard to drive a Chevy 57 Bel Air with no power steering and no power brakes, also can you retrofit power steering and brakes and if so whats the cost, thank you.

Asked by May 31, 2014 at 10:19 PM about the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air

Question type: Car Customization

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You can but the big question should be, why? It is stock, don't mess it up. I think they drive just fine the way they are, good old Amercian iron.

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check a junk yard 4 about any older chevy that has what u want take everything that is related 2 what u want cost if u are nice 3 the junk man under 200

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from a stop, a car without power steering can be hard to handle, but once you get it rolling a little, they get easier.yes, there are upgrade kits available. check online. while keeping it stock has value, if you don't enjoy driving it, what's the point?

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Leave it alone. It is what it is. Use 2 hands and 2 feet.


the more you drive it, the more you will get used to it.

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