4610 Pet Lane
Beautiful two-tone on the outside, a custom A/C interior, an overdrive transmission, and an upgraded small block under the hood - this 1956 Chevrolet 150 takes an iconic classic and fills it with everything you want in a sleek and powerful package.
This one proudly wears its factory-correct India Ivory and Twilight Turquoise. There has been a huge investment in getting this two-tone looking amazing. You can see they took the extra time and money in prep to make sure this one looked awesome before the first drop even went on top. We can't get enough of this glossy and straight presentation, so it's great that they expertly deleted trim and painted the bumpers so we get even more of this award-worthy look. With paint and body this well-done, only the best brightwork will do. That's why the full-length sweeping trim is new, the bezels shine brightly, and the 1956's exclusive wide grille has been freshly dipped. Plus, those classic Cragar SS wheels fit in nicely with polished package, and at the same time, they hint at the extra power within.
One look at how fresh it is inside, and you're once again reminded of the large investment in this build. This comes with an upgraded color-coordinated interior package. Thus, part of the evidence of this detail-oriented restoration is that the unique rectangle pattern in the seats that you see again in the door panels. Correct carpeting, a new headliner, and a bright dash complete this well-done package. It's such a vintage presentation that even the AM radio is still cranking out tunes! But they also made sure subtly add the best upgrades. The artful steering wheel looks factory, but it's a sporty smaller-diameter unit, and the auxiliary gauge trio is cleanly mounted under the dash. Plus, cold-blowing R134a air conditioning always makes for an extra-nice cruiser.
The engine bay has a stock-style look with the bright inner fenders and a bold orange block with cursive Chevrolet script valve covers. But this is hiding a nice secret. While the Tri-Fives were known for launching the small block era, this one has the largest ever offered in the series, a 400 cubic-inch V8. So you get great history and a big-block level size. It fires up readily as the V8 inhales deeply with the Holley four-barrel carburetor. The dual exhaust gives you a sweet tune that's made for cruising. And speaking of enjoying the drive, you have great features like power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and an upgraded four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive.
This Chevy 150 Restomod has an awesome look and all the right upgrades so that you can easily show it off near or far. That makes for an awesome total package you need to get your hands on right now. Call today!!!
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