This 57 Chevy Bel Air crash is pretty misterious to say the least!
“The 57 Chevy Bel Air throughout the 1960s and 1970s, was a popular used car and highly prized “street machine” or hot rod in 1957 terms. It was the final year of the “shoebox” Chevrolet, as 1958 saw the introduction of a much larger and heavier “X” framed Chevrolet. The ideal size of the ’57, combined with its relatively light weight compared to newer full-sized cars, made it a favorite among drag racers.
The 57 Chevy Bel Air also won 26 NASCAR “convertible races,” more than any make, and won all three possible driver’s championships. The first in convertible class and winning car in the 1959 Daytona 500 was a 57 Bel Air driven by Joe Lee Johnson. The convertibles started on the outside row and were approximately ten miles an hour slower than the hardtops and sedans because of their aerodynamics. No one figured that a convertible would win the race and they didn’t but wonder who was driving the top finishing convertible.
Although restored original examples are increasingly rare, modern restorers are creating fast, powerful, ultra-modern hot rods that are winning the ’57 Chevy a whole new generation of fans.” Article Source
But there is one more curiosity about this famous car, the fact that apparently the 57 Chevy Bel Air is often involved in spectacular crashes!
Some week ago we were able to publish an accident in which a Chevy Bel Air was involved, but this video that we found today is just unbelievable!
Another Chevy Bel Air is involved in a crazy car accident but this one is almost completely destroyed, pulverized, disintegrated!
How a man could ever in 100 million times survive after a similar car accident? Will this driver be able to survive this tragedy?
Check out the video below and discover what happen!