You've seen Brent Jarvis' work on the cover of Hot Rod, Popular
Hotrodding, Super Chevy, and Chevy High Performance (to name a
few). This smooth '55 is no different that anything else
Performance Restorations built over the years, visually stunning,
custom craftsmanship and engineered to perform on the street.
"Performance Restoration went full-tilt on the envelope, from the
airbrushed �??56 side moldings to the candy, pearl, and pixie dust
in the paint. Briefly, Performance rubbed the body smooth, shaved
the door handles, flush-mounted the front turn signals using �??57
backup lights, removed all side molding, reworked the hood so that
it opens back to front, installed a billet grille and custom
taillights, reshaped the bumpers for tighter fit, smoothed the
firewall and transmission tunnel, incorporated a gas-fill similar
to the �??56 Chevy (hidden behind taillight), and handbuilt inner
fenders and custom radiator shroud. Performance Restoration owner
Brent Jarvis applied the custom mixed candy orange and pearls with
pewter. All and all, a pyrotechnic display not easily dismissed
from memory." ~Chevy High Performance Here is a link to the
complete article the chronicles the build. Full SYA narrative with
all the goodies to follow, stay tuned.
Children grown, they didn’t need a four-door with a back seat, so Anthony removed the unnecessary parts
The Pick of the Day combines Chevrolet big-block power with classic American styling for a visually stunning custom creation built to perform on the street.
Talk about a case of deja vu! So here I am, clicking through the classified ads on ClassicCars.com, searching out my Pick of the Day.
Vintage cars with movie or celebrity history often sell for over-the-top prices, far more than they would without the connection to fame.
When the Chevrolet 201 rolled out in 1953, the car was considered to be the midrange model for Chevrolet and proved to be one of the best-selling Chevrolet models of the ’50’s.
“This 1955 Chevrolet 210 demonstrates why it’s always good to have a plan.
When I first tried driving, my father had a ’55 Chevy.