Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is revved up to present for
sale, on consignment, this stunning resto-mod 1955 Chevrolet 210
Post! Picture seeing this from across the parking lot as it pulls
into the show. It's gliding across the pavement with a very subtle,
almost muted rumble and as it gets closer your ears also detect a
slight whining noise, as it passes, you take note of the custom
pinstriping that more than makes up for the lack of the typical
two-tone paint job seen on 210's elsewhere. The car is parked and
the hood opens up to reveal the true gem of this a build, a 6.2
liter LS2 with a blower and just about every polished accessory you
can think of. The 376 cubic inch engine is mated to a Tremec 6
speed manual transmission that sends the owner claimed, 600
horsepower to a Heidts independent rear suspension, disc brakes and
coilovers with 3:55 gears. Up front is a Heidts front suspension
package with disc brakes, tubular upper and lower control arms and
coilovers. All of this is sitting on a Heidts Hot Rod Shop frame
which really helps give this car a menacing stance. Rolling stock
comes by way of 18" Billet Specialties Legacy 2 wheels with both
brushed and polished surfaces that are wrapped in Mickey Thompson
Sportsman S/R rubber. This car features air conditioning, AM/FM/CD
radio, power brakes, power steering, power windows, power locks,
keyless entry, tilt wheel and leather interior. Call today to learn
what it will take to get this resto-mod in your collection!
1955 Chevrolet 210
Exterior Color:Gun Barrel Gray
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