KC Chiefs’ Clyde Edwards-Helaire showed off his 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air

The Chiefs wrap up their mandatory minicamp on Thursday and received their Super Bowl rings that night. Now they’ve gone their own way before training camp starts next month.

It’s reasonable to expect Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce will be headed to Europe at some point to reunite with girlfriend, Taylor Swift. It wouldn’t be a shock to see quarterback Patrick Mahomes at the NBA Finals, where he would be cheering for his beloved Dallas Mavericks.

Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire is going to California where he will wed girlfriend, Jojo O’Conner, later this month.

Edwards-Helaire plans to have his 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air with him at the ceremony, and earlier this week he was looking for someone who could transport his car to California.

Fans got a look inside Edwards-Helaire’s sweet ride when he shared a video, and it’s clear he’s proud of his car.

She is a beauty.

The website True Auto wrote, “The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air is one of America’s most iconic vehicles. It’s right up there with the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Corvette. Even people who aren’t into cars know what a ‘57 Chevy is. ...

“The ‘57 Bel Air is a standout today because of its ability to remind people of simpler times and look that appears in sharp contrast to today’s vehicles that often seem so similar. Yet, back in 1956 (when the ‘57 first went on sale), the Bel Air was all the rage thanks to a combination of unique features that went beyond the signature styling.

“While full-sized Chevys of the early 1950s were more commonly known for decent inline six-cylinder engines and a mediocre 265 cubic inch V-8, the 1957 Bel Air debuted with the revolutionary (and optional) 283 cubic inch Super Turbo-Fire V-8 that featured a state-of-the-art fuel injection system.”