Here's a '55 Chevy Restomod that truly stands out. It brings a
level of luxury and refinement that is quite uncommon in modified
classics. Starting with the smoothness and reliability of an '84
350 small block with the proven Edelbrock carb and intake combo,
and continuing through to the Turbo 400 automatic with a billet
Lokar shifter, you can drive this '55 -- and do it all day long.
The paint is a classy combination of deep black and metallic
silver, and the theme carries inside to an exceptionally
well-executed custom interior. A billet steering wheel and white
Dolphin gauges greet you as you climb aboard. You'll want to stay
there too. With modern comfort features like air conditioning, tilt
wheel, and power windows, you won't miss your daily driver. The
frame-on restoration in 2012 included a lot of work to the chassis
and suspension to optimize ride and handling, utilizing a '68
Camaro subframe and a generous helping of new suspension pieces. It
has only been driven about 6100 miles since. The fresh look is
striking, as all the chrome, mirrors, windshield, and side glass
are new. And the new car sensation is more than a feeling; most all
wear items have been replaced, and the comfort and ride quality
will amaze you and your passengers. There is an overall feeling of
quality to this build that makes this '55 210 restomod especially
attractive. While your friends are home working on their hot rods,
you'll be happily motoring in a car that defines the term "cruising
1955 Chevrolet 210
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