Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1957 Chevrolet 210 restomod mixes an iconic classic exterior, custom comfy A/C interior, upgraded drivetrain, and a seriously powerful modern fuel-injected heart. That makes it everything you want in custom classic built to amaze.
This coupe grabs all the right attention. The two-tone follows close to the original Chevy color palette of India Ivory and Lakespur Blue, but it now takes advantage of modern clearcoat shine. There's only about 5,000 miles on this whole build, and so everything has a nice freshness. The body panels have the carful look of a proper investment, and the gaps are quite uniform. That makes for the right base to upgrade this with the Bel Air's full-length trim with fan-style insert that makes the '57 so legendary. Plus, the front end is another big part of this icon, so they invested heavily making sure this chrome gives off a 10,000-watt smile. The gold anodized trim of the upper-class Bel Air also seems fitting on this well-done restoration. But you'll love this one for more than its classics style. The tinted windows and modern 20-inch US Mags alloys signal that there's a lot more going on under the skin.
Inside you get a sea of blue on the carpeting, dash, and seat belts. But what really catches your eye is the tasteful tan. It starts on the seats that have a soft feel and sport-style rivet inserts you'd usually see on a classic Ferrari. Plus, the full custom door panels have a matching tan and even more cool rivet inserts. A car like this is going to attract plenty of passengers, and you get to keep them happy with an upgraded Retrosound AM/FM radio with XM, and there's cold-blowing modern R134a air conditioning. But above all, this was built to be a driver's machine. That's why you have a vintage-looking steering wheel that's actually a modern a grippy sports unit with power steering on a tilt column. And beyond that, the original gauge panel has been given upgraded readouts to give you clear info about what's going on in the engine bay.
You'll love popping the hood at car shows and showing off the top-notch Camaro motor. The fuel-injected 6.2-liter LS3 V8 is a very cool powerplant to have, because they took the time to make this modern motor look like it has been in this engine bay since say one. Everything from the engine cover to the aluminum radiator looks like it was installed with extra care. As you look at the undercarriage photos, it reveals a serious investment in suspension upgrades that includes tubular A-arms up front, four-link rear (w/added diagonal link,) sway bars front & rear, new urethane bushings, and Ridetech adjustable coilovers behind every wheel. Plus, you have other terrific upgrades like four-wheel power disc brakes and a six-speed automatic transmission.
This is the loaded restomod that was built to be comfortable enough for the Power Tour. That means it can do everything you want in a vintage car, including outrun some of the modern coupes! So don't miss an icon that gives you everything. Call today!!!
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