This 1955 Chevrolet 210 two-door sedan underwent a cosmetic refurbishment under prior ownership and has been garage-kept since, powered by a 235ci inline-6 paired with a Powerglide 2-speed automatic transmission. The seller has owned the vehicle for three years and has kept the drivetrain in optimal mechanical shape, with recent maintenance including an oil change and fluid changes with the past year. Finished in two-tone green and white over a gray and turquoise cloth interior, this is now offered with 30 years of documentation and a clear Washington title in the seller's name.
Beginning in 1955, Chevrolet’s design for its automobiles adopted what became known as shoebox-like attributes, with fenders integrated into the body and a less bubble-like silhouette. Updates also included wraparound glass, flatter panels, and redesigned taillights. This mid-range 210 two-door sedan model with a B-pillar post was repainted two-tone green and white in the 1980s. The body and accompanying brightwork accents are rust-free, although the seller notes that the left rear bumper area has a dent, and there is a scratch on the passenger side rear wheel arch as shown in the photo carousel.
Color-matched steel wheels with bright center caps are wrapped in whitewall tires, and braking is handled by drums at all four corners.
The interior features reupholstered two-tone gray and turquoise cloth bench seats in both rows, dark teal and turquoise door panels, turquoise carpeting, and a pleated turquoise fabric headliner. Features include manual crank windows, black rubber floormats, textured dashboard trim, an analog clock, a radio, a heater that is not currently connected, a glove compartment, sliders for the climate control system, and a dome light. The trunk is lined with a ribbed black mat and contains a spare tire.
Instrumentation includes a sweeping 110-mph speedometer and integrated gauges for the fuel level and coolant temperature. The 5-digit mechanical odometer reads 89K miles, although true mileage on the chassis is unknown.