4610 Pet Lane
This 1956 Chevrolet 210 sedan has a very cool and classic style, and there are awesome details including the slick paint, awesome interior, correct V8, and exceptional paperwork. So if you're looking for an iconic Tri-Five very vintage attitude, you need to dig into the details here.
This Chevy makes the right first impression. Onyx Black and India Ivory is a truly timeless color combo. And this factory-correct two-tone was resprayed later in life and so it has the kind of gloss that will attract attention. Of course, when you're talking about shine, the real star of these Chevys is the brightwork. So the wraparound bumpers have a mirror-like style, the special '56 grille looks awesome, and the jet-age hood ornament proudly leads the way. The odometer is believed to reflect the car's full actual mileage, and that tells you this one has not spent the last 65 years as the everyday family sedan. Other telltale marks of respect are shown in the investment and overall condition of the car. Windshield and window glass is clear, all four doors close solid, and weather-stripping is fresh and pliable. And because the body panels are so straight, the full-length trim looks like an unbroken line all the way down the car. And while this is exceptionally authentic, a few subtle upgrades like the Rally wheels and dual exhaust tips feel right on a cruiser like this.
The interior continues the vintage and stylish appearance. The exterior black returns on the plush capering and smooth dash. The white is accenting the door panels and seats. Plus, there's a nice bridge between the two colors with the correct charcoal gray cloth inserts on the seats and doors. It's a clean and comfy setup that will make you want to use all the space of this sedan to share it with those who truly appreciate vintage style. Of course, you'll always be the one with the best seat. The classic Chevy steering wheel has a terrific grip, and you have a clear view of the dual cowl design dash with AM radio that's still there for display.
The Tri-Five era was the dawn of the small block at Chevy, and so it's great to have a period-correct V8 still under the hood. The 265 cubic-inch motor is presented in a very correct style, with plenty of stock components like the Delco-Remy generator, big air grabber, and Rochester 2-barrel carburetor. This V8 fires up with the kind of ease that reaffirms that the motor has been well cared for just like the rest of the car. The super clean undercarriage helps with the feeling of a confident cruiser. And wide Goodyear tires and a column-shifted three-speed manual transmission to give you proper control over it all.
The sale comes complete with exceptional paperwork, including the factory buildsheet, original title, owner's manual, and more. Here's a true V8 icon that was made to be enjoyed no matter if you're polishing it in your garage or at the car show. Call today!!!
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