The absolutely iconic lines of the 1956 Chevrolet 150 have been
given a modern and powerful makeover. After all, this has a
seriously slick red and a performance appearance that screams
there's a big block under the hood.
The factory may have offered you red paint, but it was nothing like
this. You can tell there was a small fortune spent on this finish.
There's a deep clearcoat that lets the sunshine radiate as it
evenly rolls across the whole car. Not only does the gloss
highlight the straight and even presentation, but also the way the
full-length trim looks like an uninterrupted piece showcases the
quality. And speaking of the brightwork, you can tell they spent a
small fortune getting it this complete and sparkling. It includes
the upgraded grille, the window trim, and freshly chromed bumpers.
It has a great vintage look, but we bet what you really love are
the performance upgrades. The power dome of the hood, Centerline
racing wheels, and seriously meaty rear tires show off a true
ProStreet style. There are even cool little upgraded details, like
the Chevy bow ties in the turning lights and the callouts in the
fender that have been upgraded to reflect the monster motor (more
on that in a moment.)
The interior is the right mix of style and substance. There are
good details like bold red floor mats against plush gray carpeting
and custom bow tie door panels. The seats are upgraded to a comfy
gray cloth, and the front ones are now nicely bolstered buckets.
You even have an armrest center console with cup holders to make
this one feel as practical as a daily commuter...but you really
already know this is a Saturday night blacktop king. That's why you
have a B&M floor shifter, a banjo-style sports steering wheel,
crisp AutoMeter auxiliary readouts, and a large SunPro tach
dominating your view on the steering column. So while this does
have an AM/FM/CD stereo, we bet your real favorite soundtrack
begins under the hood.
The smooth red inner walls of the engine bay feel like a matador
encouraging the bull in the middle to start charging. That tidy
beast is a ZZ502 performance big block. There are known to be 500+
horsepower brutes right out of the box. This one inhales deeply
with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and headers that feed the
growling dual exhaust. There are also the right supporting
components everywhere from the Griffin aluminum radiator to the
Derale oil pan. The strong TH400 three-speed automatic transmission
sends the power to a stout Ford 9-inch rear. As you look
underneath, you'll see all the right upgrades, like a strong frame,
fresh bushings, and coilovers on the rear. Plus, power steering,
power brakes, and front discs keep this street-eating package under
This is the iconic Chevy that's built to own the streets. Don't let
something this awesome slip away, call today!