This 1955 Chevrolet 210 has the instant bold appeal of a shining
two-tone classic with massive street machine rear tires. And with
an upgraded V8, four-wheel disc brakes, four-on-the-floor, and
comfy A/C interior, they really were quite thoughtful about how
they upgraded this icon.
It's easy to love a Tri-Five Chevy when you want to drive something
memorable, but this one really turns it up a notch. The orange is a
terrific color because this one has the look of red that went a few
shades bolder. The white makes for a true vintage two-tone. And the
shine of the full package really tells you they put a lot of effort
into the end result. It does a good job of looking both classic and
modern, and that's the real theme of this car. After all the fit of
the panels, shine of the chrome, and overall style of this icon
says they took extra time and money in the restoration to make it
impressive. Plus, the lowered stance, polished wheels, and extra
wide rear ones with Mickey Thompson tires are have a timeless
appeal of an upgraded speed machine.
The interior shows off more of the thoughtful style Chevy fans will
love how the interior two-tone and special upholstery pattern are
part of the special Del Ray trim. It's the clean and detailed kind
of look that will make family and friends want to go for a ride.
There's even cold-blowing R134a air conditioning to keep them all
happy. Best of all, this is upgraded to be a better driver's
machine, too. You have a tilt steering column, power steering, an
upgraded SunPro gauges, and a Hurst floor shifter.
This was the first year to offer the small block V8, and so this is
properly on display with smooth color-matched inner walls and an
overall tidy setup. But what you'll really love is that this 350
cubic-inch motor is larger than anything that came from the factory
in the Tri-Fives. Plus, this one is upgraded further with a
four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, an aluminum radiator, and
headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. You take full control of
the enhanced V8 with the four-speed manual transmission. In fact,
control is a central theme of this build. That's why you have a
strong Ford 9-inch rear and ladder bar rear with coilovers and a
diagonal brace - it all keeps the wide rear tires planted. And the
four-wheel power disc brakes give you confident stopping power.
Complete with owner's manual, this is not only a bold-looker but
also a powerful driver. So if you want a '55 Chevy that's nice for
show AND go, you don't want to miss this upgraded icon. Call