For Sale in our Detroit Showroom is a very unique 1955 Chevrolet 210. Upon first glance, the original paint that has been clear coated to preserve the patina makes you feel as if you are in the 1950's. All moldings on this Two-Ten, including the grill, are Stainless OEM moldings to ensure longevity. The interior has been completely re-upholstered and brought back to like new condition and comfort with an upgraded vintage style aftermarket steering wheel that is just a touch smaller in diameter making it a lot easier to slide in and out of this beauty. Under the steel hood of this Two-Ten is a very potent, custom built 350CID V8 that has barely been broken in. This infamous GM power-plant is paired to a 4-Speed automatic transmission that was just installed less than 6 months ago and makes cruising a long trip on the highway a breeze. This 50's beauty can cruise at 70MPH in 4th gear at a very low RPM! This Two-Ten has a very impressive exhaust system with headers and dual mufflers that is brand new and give this cruiser a great sound. This 1955 Two-Ten is also power options such as Power Steering and Power Brakes. This 1955 Chevy Two-Ten has an endless list of options and is a cut above the rest. For more information on this vehicle including over 100HD photos and video, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff at 313-982-3100.
The Pick of the Day combines Chevrolet big-block power with classic American styling for a visually stunning custom creation built to perform on the street.
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Vintage cars with movie or celebrity history often sell for over-the-top prices, far more than they would without the connection to fame.
When the Chevrolet 201 rolled out in 1953, the car was considered to be the midrange model for Chevrolet and proved to be one of the best-selling Chevrolet models of the ’50’s.
“This 1955 Chevrolet 210 demonstrates why it’s always good to have a plan.
When I first tried driving, my father had a ’55 Chevy.