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Poll results: '57 Chevrolet, Ford or Plymouth?
Voter(s): 18
Poll is closed Dec 01, 2021
'57 Chevrolet  -  votes: 7 / 38.9%
7
38.9%
'57 Ford  -  votes: 8 / 44.4%
8
44.4%
'57 Plymouth  -  votes: 2 / 11.1%
2
11.1%
Tie  -  votes: 1 / 5.6%
1
5.6%
Sorry, no interest in this selection.  -  votes: 0 / 0%
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Poll: Which '57? (11/17/2021) Requested by Jack Dodds


John Bono
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'57 Chevrolet, Ford or Plymouth?

Be sure to make your selection.  Of course, please “Reply” to share your comments.

Best yet, please rank them.

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1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe 25
1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Victoria 3
1957 Plymouth Belvedere 2

 


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Jack Dodds
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Ford gets the nod this year over Chevy, again by just a hair.  I like the styling a bit more; especially the tail end and the trim facilitating the 2-tone color separation.  Plymouth is a very distant 3rd; I much prefer the 55&56.


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David Green
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I'm consistent for 1955 to 1957. Chevrolet!


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Frank Reed
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I’m going with the Plymouth, dual headlights and fins, not to take anything away from the others.  Great sequence John and Jack of 55, 56, 57 big three!

Frank Reed
Chesapeake, VA


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George Schire
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FORD got my vote for '57.  I'm sick of seeing '57 Chevy's all over the place all the time.  And the Plymouth lost me after '55 and didn't get me back until the gorgeous '61's.  

George Schire
Oakdale, Minnesota


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Mark Lampariello
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Compared with the '57 Plymouth, the Ford seems a little clumsy and the Chevy a little stodgy.


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Bob Jackman
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Ford, Plymouth and Chevy.


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Frank Kocour
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Surprisingly, Ford, Chevy, Plymouth.  Back then the Chevy would come first, but today I would rather the Ford in my garage.


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Ed Glorius
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Posted by: @bob-jackman

Ford, Plymouth and Chevy.

Ditto. The 1957 Chevy is overexposed, the Plymouth looks wonderful, but the Ford hits the right notes for me.

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Brush
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Love the front of the Chevy, love the back of the Ford, thus a tie for '57.  Don't care for the Plymouth, not in the tie.


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John Bono
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Love all three, but the Ford gets #1, Chevrolet #2 and Plymouth a close 3rd place. 


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David Vandermeer
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Chevrolet by a very small margin, besides, my big brother’s 4 door hardtop Bel Air was the first car I ever drove any distance.

To me the design is better with the bumpers integrated as part of the overall design instead of just hanging them on because the car needs bumpers like on the Ford and the fins to me are just right.

David Vandermeer
Corinth, Texas


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