STK 2045 1956 Chevy 150 Sedan If you went to your Chevy dealer in 1956 and filled out the order form correctly, you could create a nice little factory street rod. Back then, the optional PowerPack performance engine was a 265ci small-block with 2x4-barrel carburetors. Mated with a 3-speed manual transmission, you had the performance machine of the day. That was then - this teal '56 Chevy Model 150 is now. Our fully restored 2-door post is a serious street rod. Under the hood, lives a Summit Racing built 350 small-block designed to make the best of that 164 B&M puffer. This belt driven super-charger is fed by a Holley 750cfm double-pumper. Exhaust exits through full-tube headers. All this fits neatly under a stock hood. A Muncie M-21 4-speed backs up this potent motor. Rear axles and ring gearing are provided by Eaton. We believe the axle ratio to be at 3.70:1. The entire restoration process was completed in 2011. A very solid body was prepped and finished with beautiful Teal paint. Chrome bumpers and trim pieces are all in very good condition. The tan cloth and vinyl interior is also in good condition, showing very little wear. The dash was carefully redesigned to support a full compliment of gauges/tach. Underneath, a solid chassis with power steering and power disc/drum brakes supports the entire package. American racing wheels accent a very subtle raked stance - period correct for 1956. If you want to have some fun, come take a ride in this Chevy 150. You just may take it home! Call 800-650-1055 or visit www.autobarnclassiccars.com for additional information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD AS IS.