For sale is a 1955 Chevrolet 'Handyman' station wagon. This car
recently received a complete restoration. In addition to removing
all rust from the body structure, the complete floor system was
replaced as well as both rear complete quarter panels. The car
received a GM LT1 with T700R4 transmission assay and new wiring
throughout. Vehicle has all-new air ride suspension with digital
controls. Climate-controlled by a Vintage Air A/C, defrost and
heater system. New wheels, tires, and brakes. GM style rear-end
assay. Posi-Trac and new gears were set at the time of the rebuild.
This vehicle was refinished in a stunning, metallic blue/green in a
PPG Deltron style system. Finished with a clear coat and custom
pinstriping. The interior is just as gorgeous with two-tone seats
in green vinyl and light grey suede-like material. Very few miles
have been put on the car since its complete restoration. Watch this
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