614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1956 Chevrolet 210 Wagon restomod carries all the iconic lines of its much more common (and expensive) coupe brothers. And they also upgraded it with all the right pieces, including more V8 power, a custom A/C interior, and an adjustable air ride suspension. So dig into the details on an all-around distinctive classic.
The white and green two-tone is a nice way to represent with 1950s with a touch of modern flair (the factory never offered such a deep green with white in '56.) Plus, the 18-inch buzzsaw alloys add to this standout modern appearance. But even with all these updates an icon like the '56 Chevy never loses its vintage appeal. The 1956 grille is arguably the best of the tri-fives, as it merges the cleanliness of the previous year with the full-width presentation that continued into '57. Plus, this one retains all the great aircraft-inspired brightwork that starts at the hood ornament and also runs the full length of the body. Plus, you'll love all the details, from the new headlights to the wraparound glass in the rear.
Inside you can instantly see a strong investment in style and comfort. You get two rows of updated seating. And we know you'll particularly like the modern front buckets with plenty of bolstering. They even power adjust to your ideal position. There are more great comfort upgrades, like the Pioneer AM/FM/XM/CD stereo w/upgraded Polk speakers, cup holder center console, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. So it's a great place to share with family and friends. But you don't need any of them to have a good time, because the driver always has priority. There's a custom sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and the dash has a nicely integrated AutoMeter gauge package. The large carpeted storage of the wagon and two-piece tailgate make it perfect for hanging out all day wherever you a want. And the RideTech suspension control module means you can dial-in your ideal parking stance.
This Tri-Five has proper small block power, but this goes much further than the factory. The 350 cubic-inch V8 is larger than what they offered that year. And this crate motor has a fresh and shining look, and it has been enhanced with a Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and headers that feed the rumbling X-pipe dual exhaust. The suspension has been upgraded with tubular A-arms up front and a four-link rear with diagonal reinforcement. Plus, there's power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes w/discs up front, and modern performance tires to really keep this classic feeling confident on the road.
Complete with build receipts and maintenance records, this is the grocery-getter customized for comfort and performance. So if you love distinction and versatility, this is the ultimate Tri-Five Chevy for you. Call today!!!
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