Upgraded V8 power, Automatic transmission, upgraded power brakes , front wheel disc brakes and drum on rear, and nice interior. In the red and white outside is a icon. That's why this 1956 Chevrolet 210 is truly irresistible.
There is a secret deal you make when buying the right restomod. It's the quiet acknowledgement that they get built with a little extra flash because more people are going to see it. After all, you can drive this '56 more comfortably to many more places vintage air conditioning , so this will be seen by plenty more people. The upgrades start with the paint. Take a moment to appreciate the slickness of this modern application. It really let's people know you have a red-hot Chevy. They took their time to professionally lay it out, and so it draws even more attention to the crisp bodywork. Plus, the brightwork attracts attention all on its own. There was plenty invested here, and you can see it in how the full-length side trim shines so bright while also showcasing the straightness of the body. You see more of this outstanding shine in the mirror-like wraparound chrome bumpers, door handles, emblems, jet-inspired hood ornament, and the 1956's exclusive wide grille. And the American racing give more aggressive look . The car was a frame off restore about 10 years ago but has Very well-maintained since then.
One look inside, and you can instantly beings you to a simpler time. The front bench seat is very comfortable and the rear bench, dash, carpeting and door panels. Has a modern Radio with the classic look and works great. The vintage ac controls for the air conditioning that keep this classic a cool modern cruiser. The dash has a clean look, and Nice chrome tilt steering column with a very nice steer wheel to match the rest of the car. The Aftermarket gauges work correctly and And the original gauges work except for the temperature gauge and oil pressure gauge.
The engine bay has an impressive look where not only the firewall is painted to match the body, but also the engine block and other details are done in Chevy orange , too. The first Tri-Five Chevys were at the dawn of the small block era, so it's great to continue that tradition here. But just like the rest of the car, it has been nicely upgraded. The 350 cubic-inch V8 was larger than anything you got in 1956, and this one has been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock aluminum air gap intake. It fires up readily and makes a nice performance sound out of the dual exhaust system. As you look underneath the car, you're going to see the kind of painted frame and everything else is very nice too.