Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is proud to present this
1955 Chevrolet 210. When it comes to classic cars of the 50s
nothing is more revered than the 55-57 Chevy. Affectionately
referred to as tri-fives this 3 year run of modest sedans and sport
coupes are now iconic. With their healthy drivetrain options and
bold styling, the tri-five Chevy is the epitome of what motoring
meant in the 50s. This 210 2 door has quite a presence with its two
tone blue and white paint job. The body appears mostly factory with
all the proper chrome trim. Aside from the Center Line wheels you'd
never guess this is a real muscle car underneath! Under the hood is
a 454 Cubic Inch big block V8 and is paired to a 700R4 4 speed
automatic transmission. Imagine how this Chevy can get up and go!
Open the doors and you'll see a cabin built for cruising. The dash
is painted in the same shade of blue and a custom center console
houses a B&M shifter. The front bucket seats are upholstered in
a dual shade vinyl upholstery for a sporty look you typically don't
see in a car like this. If you're looking for a classic tri-five
with some serious upgrades, this is the one you want to own!
Options include Air Conditioning, power brakes, power steering,
tilt wheel, vinyl interior and aluminum wheels wrapped in radial
1955 Chevrolet 210
Exterior Color:Blue & White
Interior Color:Black & Gray
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