Zoom Classic Cars presents this fully restored 1956 Chevrolet 210
Townsman 4 door wagon. This wagon went through a full 6 year
frame-off nut and bolt restoration completed in 2007 and has been
meticulously mantained since. Always garaged. It features the
original bullet proof 235CID Blue Flame Inline 6 engine coupled
with a 3-on-the-tree 3 speed manual transmission. Rear axle ratio
of 3.70:1. All Drum brakes around but upgraded with dual master
cylinder and brake booster. Other features include factory correct
tissue dispenser, fender birds, fender skirts, front visor, dual
factory spotlights, vanity mirror, stone shields, rocker mouldings,
full wheel covers, radio, heater and a traffic view finder.
Interior of the car is in excellent condtion and as new throughout.
All the panels on the car line up beautifully and all the trim,
badging and bumpers are n excellent condition. Headliner is new,
was installed properly but not yet steamed to tighten up. A
professional upholstery shop should be able to complete. The
Sherwood Green Poly paint is in excellent condition and the car
looks, runs and drives 100%. The car was originally purchased in
1956 from Goodwin Chevrolet in Brunswick, Maine. Car is stored and
registered in Maine and sells with a Bill of Sale. $29,900 OBO.
Call Jeff for more information or to schedule an appointment to
view this wonderful Chevy Wagon. Thanks for Looking.
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