For Sale: 1956 Chevrolet 210 in Swartz Creek, Michigan

Vehicle Description

The day I bought this car I actually bought 2 cars.  The guy would not sell the two door I wanted with out selling the four door also. So I purchased both of them using the four door for some parts. The 210 I built has the most unusual drive train ever. It has a Chrysler 426 Wedge for a motor. Backed up by a Chrysler A-833 4-speed transmission. The rear-end is a limited slip Ford 9 inch with 350 gears. The transmission and rear-end were completely and professionally rebuilt with new seals and bearings. The motor was rebuilt and assembled by a company by the name of White out of Bristol Tennessee. They also build NASCAR engines. I do not have the numbers of the lift and duration of the cam but they are rollers. It was not easy to cram this motor into the Chevy but it fits nicely and runs spectacularly. The car has 15 inch American Racing aluminum wheels with brand new Cooper tires all the way around. With these wheels and tires the car looks like a total sleeper, not so much. If anybody hears it run knows it is more than advertised. It has a brand new aluminum radiator and a new Holley blue electric fuel pump with regulator. It has traction bars by the name of Cal-Tracs. These are the best you can buy and will keep the rear wheels on the ground. It has a 3 inch exhaust all the way from the headers to the back of the car. Also has electrically operated exhaust cutouts with extensions pointed down. These will piss off the neighbors. There is a safety loop around the drive shaft. The wiring is brand new from the head light to the tail lights and everything in between. American Autowire kit and fuse block. A brand new battery and the fuse block are mounted in the trunk. This was done for easy access. All the lights are LED. All the glass in the car is brand new. The wing windows in the doors have been removed, for looks. A lot of chrome like the bird on the hood and around the side windows has been removed, but what remains is brand new. The hood was also body worked on the under side. All the bumpers are also new, front and back. It has a custom license plate bracket. The heater and air conditioning are Vintage Air, and the work great. The rear seat is stock, just recovered. The front buckets are out of a 2003 Chevrolet pick-up. The head rest have been cut down and recovered. The out side mirrors have directional arrows in them. The car has a hydraulic clutch ( also new ) which works great. The throwout  bearing is hydraulic. This was a first for me but I was impressed. Everything on the car works as it is supposed to work even the door locks, everything. The sheet metal on the car is straight and true, but the gaps could use some finessing, not my forte. The only flaw in the paint that I know of is on the top of the right front fender above the head light. The chip is about the size of a pencil eraser which I have enclosed a picture. I dii this chip myself. I firmly believe this is a very desirable motor. The motor by its self is between 20 and 25 thousand dollars without the car. The motor came out of a 1964 Plymouth Belvedere. The car drives out great and runs good on 87 octane gas. I never felt the need to run premium or high octane but would probably run even better. This is an awesome car. $39,900 OBO.

Vehicle Details

  • 1956 Chevrolet 210
  • Listing ID:CC-1540262
  • Price:$34,900 (OBO)
  • Location:Swartz Creek, Michigan
  • Year:1956
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:210
  • Exterior Color:Black
  • Interior Color:Black and White
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Engine Size:V-8
  • Odometer:853
  • Title Status:Clear
  • Exterior Condition:Very Good
  • Seat Material:Cloth
  • Engine Condition:Running

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