Over the past few years, we've certainly seen some choice
resto-mods. But this slick 210, wrapping a professionally built
Chevrolet small block in striking aesthetics, is definitely one of
the coolest! Fully sorted and ready to hit the road, this awesome
Chevy combines solid horsepower with tailored yet aggressive
swagger. And today, thanks to a detailed, ground-up restoration,
not only is it a sweet place to cruise the streets, it's also an
instantly recognizable head turner that could easily rule the front
row. Looking for a dreamy classic that simply has it all? This
awesome tri-five checks every box!
DRESSED TO IMPRESS
A hot rod post sedan that's been subjected to a detailed, ground-up
restoration, this sweet cruiser is definitely built for keeps. From
casual glances to long looks, the car exudes a sense of quality
that comes from countless hours of work and serious credit card
bills. There are no notable modifications, aside from florid yet
subtle two-stage that would've been unimaginable in the
mass-production world in 1956. And today, this Chevy rolls as one
slick resto-mod that's right at home turning heads on the road OR
claiming trophies at a show!
Not surprisingly, that unique pigment creates an excellent
foundation for a select array of mirrored bolt-ons. At the front of
the car, a polished bumper props polished guards in front of a
fully polished grille, which sets tasteful parking lamps beneath a
polished V and modern headlights. Above that grille, a familiar
Chevrolet Jetbird leads a tinted greenhouse, which plants polished
frames behind polished mirrors and polished wipers. At the base of
that glass, a silky profile hangs traditional Speed Spears between
modern GM badging, retro "Chevrolet' scripts and factory door
handles that are complete with factory nail guards. And at the back
of that profile, a slick power antenna shades ornate taillights, a
second guarded bumper and a second polished V.
BORED AND BUILT
Hoist this 210's silky hood and you'll find 350 cubic inches of
professionally built Chevrolet small block that caps a .040
overbore with hot aluminum heads. At the top of that mill, a finned
air cleaner dumps wind through a coated Edelbrock carburetor that
stacks braided hoses around a liquid-filled Summit pressure gauge.
Under that electronically charged 4-barrel, a polished intake
reflects polished and ball-milled valve covers, which are finished
with a stainless breather. Coated shorty headers split loomed MSD
plug wires, which siphon sparks from an MSD Pro-Billet distributor
that's sequenced to an MSD Blaster 3 coil and MSD 6AL ignition. In
front of those wires, proven March serpentine components spin an
Edelbrock water pump between a polished alternator and a coated AC
compressor. An aftermarket core support centers a color-keyed
Griffin radiator between corrugated hoses, spry SPAL puller fans
and a polished expansion tank. And items like a polished brake
booster, a CPP master cylinder and a deep-sump oil pan round out
first rate detailing.
CONQUER THE ROAD
Under this Chevy, a Wilwood hydraulic clutch kicks a proven Tremec
5-speed, which spins big, 4.11 gears inside a narrowed 12-bolt.
That sorted drivetrain rides a fully rebuilt suspension, which
mixes a big sway bar and tubular control arms with drop spindles,
lowering blocks and Edelbrock IAS shocks. Those components, aligned
with mini tubs, are led by fluid power steering and stopped by
power-assisted discs and drums. At the center of the floor,
aluminized exhaust pipes spent gases through tough Flowmasters and
polished tips. And all that mechanical goodness rolls on polished
American Racing Ansen Sprints, which spin 245/45ZR17 Goodyear Eagle
GTs in front of 295/55R15 Goodyear Eagle SS Drag Radials.
LESS BLACK, MORE RED
Pop the doors and you'll find a choice custom interior that serves
as the perfect accent to this Chevy's glowing pigment.
Leather-wrapped benches provide big comfort for a family of
passengers. Opposite those thrones, a billet-trimmed dash hangs
all-new wiring behind Vintage Air conditioning, Dolphin telemetry
and a small head unit that controls a Custom Autosound CD changer.
At the floor, crisp Daytona Carpet floats color-keyed mats between
billet pedals, a Hurst shifter and custom side panels that frame
big Pioneer kick speakers. And in front of the driver, a polished
and half-wrapped steering wheel laps a modern, tilting column.
With a clean restoration, fully sorted mechanicals and more style
than pretty much anything on the road, this rowdy 210 is a textbook
example of great value. When was the last time you saw this caliber
classic listed for under $80K? Talk to us now and make space in
your garage later - this Chevy won't wait around!
Striking tri-five resto-mod that's the product of a detailed,
Professionally built 350 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 with aluminum
heads and a .040 overbore
Tremec 5-speed manual transmission with a hydraulic clutch
Narrowed 12-bolt rear axle with 4.11 gears
Modern air conditioning
Power front disc and rear drum brakes
Heavily upgraded suspension that lowers the car's stance
Custom leather interior with modern audio
Polished American Racing Ansen Sprint wheels
All RK Motors vehicles receive a comprehensive, multi-point
We can arrange shipment of your purchase anywhere in the world