4610 Pet Lane
Here's the best way to bring two icons together. This is a pristinely restored 1956 Chevrolet 210 on the outside, but underneath the skin are the best modern upgrades you could want, including a fuel-injected V8, overdrive transmission, A/C interior, and fully independent suspension.
There is a secret deal you make when buying the right restomod. It's the quiet acknowledgement that they get built with a little extra flash because more people are going to see it. After all, you can drive this '56 more comfortably to many more places, so this two-door will be seen by plenty more people. The upgrades start with the paint. By utilizing a glossy modern shine and avoiding the two-tone treatment, this one skews more towards the look of a serious street machine. And take a moment to appreciate the slickness of this modern application. It really earns its Red Hot paint name. They took they're time to professionally lay it out, and so it draws even more attention to the crisp bodywork. Plus, the brightwork attracts attention all on its own. There's a deeper shine and a straighter finish that tells everyone there was a ton invested here. We especially like the simplified front end. It still carries the classic '56 spirit, but now it also has a more modern appeal that matches the upgraded 17-inch alloys.
One look inside, and you can instantly tell this is a restomod that will leave you wanting for nothing. The front seats offer a bucket-level of comfort, and they are covered in a comfortable suede-like velour. Plus, you can fold-up the cup holder console for extra room. This is a thoughtful presentation with the red dash and red stitching on the seating and door panels. So this has a great uniform total package. And because family and friends will want to go for a ride, you have comfortable upgrades like power seats, power windows, a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner, and cold R134a air conditioning. But the driver's seat is the one that will always matter the most. The classic-style steering wheel has a great look, and now it's on a tilt column. And the upgrade to a Classic Instruments gauge package gives you the full info while still fitting into the classic housing.
The first Tri-Five Chevys were the dawn of the small block, but they were never given anything as powerful or as turn-key as this. It's a 350 cubic-inch V8 with throttle body fuel injection. There's less than 2,300 miles on this build so it all looks fresh in this bright engine bay. Plus, you'll spot all the right supporting components, including an aluminum radiator and a separate transmission cooler. Proper swaps like these aren't cheap, but the performance and reliability is well worth it! More than just performance, this one was built to handle highway cruising with features like the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes. But the upgrade you're going to love the most is the C4 Corvette-style fully independent suspension setup that has been adapted in the front and rear. So this is a restomod that can literally run circles around other classics!
The sale comes complete with build receipts, maintenance records, and restoration photos. This is the one-of-a-kind '56 Chevy that you've always dreamed of owning. But there's only one up for grabs so hurry and call today!
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