614 E. Auto Center Dr.
You know how much of an icon the Tri-Five Chevys are, but you can already tell there's something extra special about this 1956 Chevrolet 210 restomod. With extra shine on the outside, extra comfort on the inside, an adjustable air ride suspension, and serious stroker V8 power, this one is a custom build with everything you want.
The two-tone copper and silver color combination is exactly how you want this classic to look. The extra luster is courtesy of a more modern application. And there's a nice metallic element in the paint (especially in the silver) that loves to radiate in the sunshine. It sets the tone perfectly for how you want to be seen in this coupe. It's a great classic that has been enhanced for a little more "look at me!" attitude. But more than just paint, they took the time to get the iconic pieces right. That's why you have mirror-like chrome bumpers, a shining chrome grille exclusive to '56, and the body panels are straight so that the full-length trim look almost like an unbroken line. And of course, there are the well-done upgrades. And those 18-inch alloys not only announce this is a custom machine, but the adjustable air ride suspension means you really get to dial-in your ideal stance.
Inside is a custom interior that has the kind of freshness you expect from a build with less than 3,800 miles on it. The exterior silver returns on the dash and the door tops for a thoughtful look. Plus, you get all the right classic pieces like the dual cowl dash, plenty of bright trim, and a roomy interior with ample space for family and friends. But just like the exterior, you can spot some well integrated upgrades, too. The seats are now a custom setup with leather and comfy suede inserts. There's a custom center console with cup holders and your air ride controls. Plus, the radio is a modern AM/FM/XM unit with Bluetooth, so you can have your favorite tunes coming out of the subwoofer stereo. You've got a Grant sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and that gives you a clear view to the full upgraded gauge panel, including tach.
This whole car is about taking the best of the Tri-Five era and upgrading it, and under the hood is no exception. It starts with a show-ready presentation and a ton of polished components. Beneath the shine is the substance of a 383 cubic-inch stroker small block. It's a performance build with aluminum heads, Holley four-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, and headers feeding the dual exhaust. It fires up nicely and has all the right supporting components, like an MSD ignition, Optima red top battery, and a large aluminum radiator w/dual electric fans. This mixture of power and comfort is also seen on the 700R4 four-speed transmission. It's stout enough to handle all this power, and it also gives you easy automatic overdrive cruising. As you look as the undercarriage photos, it shows you more evidence of how fresh the build is. Plus, you'll spot upgrades like the tubular arms up front and four-link rear. Add in power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and grippy ZR-rated tires, and this is the classic with modern moves.
This is the cool restomod with the power and poise you love. So don't miss this deal, call today!
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