1955 Chevrolet 210
Flawless, Show Winner, Ready to Go
Resto Mod. All Power, BelAir Trim Chrome Package, 3rd Owner
383/500hp, Thumper roller cam 243/251 duration, 565 lift, 400 modified crank, new 670 Holley cfm, Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold, 350 Aluminum heads, MSD ignition, jet coated headers, new gas tank, new fuel line and new electric fuel pump.
Windows recently tinted – (August 2019).
New A/C (Sept 2019)
New Alternator, 4 wheel - disc brakes, and new parking chrome brake.
New Griffin large Radiator and dual fans.
New steering wheel (Red/Black) and tilt column.
New 500 series Steering Wheel Box ( July 2019).
Custom leather interior is (Red/Black) that matches the new trunk, new carpet black mats, and red carpet.
New Ceramic Coating – Heal Lite – 5 yr. warranty – (August 2019).
4 speed Muncie Transmission, Dakota gauges with a large Stewart Warner Tach, new billet aluminum pedals.
New antenna, new battery, AM/FM with CD changer.
New Holly air cleaner – matches valve covers.
Have all receipts.
Priced to sell: $55,500
Note: All repairs completed September 23, 2019
To see an aerial video copy and paste: https://youtu.be/t9vvjak0qsy
Children grown, they didn’t need a four-door with a back seat, so Anthony removed the unnecessary parts
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