1956 Chevrolet 210 Custom
This nicely kept 2-door customized 210 has recently been repainted in its original colors of burgundy and white. With less than 500 miles on it since completion, there are no rust issues and it is a very reliable car that is ready to drive daily, show on weekends, or just cruise around wherever and whenever you like.
Powered by a healthy ZZ4 350vi V-8 engine that produces 355 horsepower, this car runs and sounds great through the Hooker headers flowing through the dual exhaust. The engine bay is clean with new chrome accent pieces. It has a 5-speed, manual transmission that handles the power smoothly through the gears but still letting you know there is plenty of power if you need it.
As stated before, this '56 is painted up to show quality standards in a two-tone burgundy and white scheme, sitting on chrome mag wheels and Yokohama high-performance tires. There is plenty of stopping power with the newly replaced front disc brakes.
Inside the car, you will find new leather seats and black carpet that has also been recently replaced. Under the crisp and clean dash, you will find a custom-made center console housing newly installed SunPro gauges, a Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo (original faceplate still intact above) and a tilt steering wheel is situated to the left (with Equus tachometer attached) giving added comfort while driving. The trunk is spotless and looks incredible too, as does the undercarriage of the car.
Super clean and fast, this custom 1956 Chevy 210 is offered for $39,900.00!
NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $36,900.00!
This car is being represented for a collector in the Seattle, Washington area.
Children grown, they didn’t need a four-door with a back seat, so Anthony removed the unnecessary parts
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