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A very well-presented and authentic package makes this 1956 Chevrolet 210 sedan an instant crowd pleaser. And its value price will have you grinning ear-to-ear.
This sedan is pure sophistication with the jet-inspired ornament on the hood, unique single-year grille, and sweeping side trim that is arguably the most handsome of the Tri-Five era. Of course, it also helps to have a car that looks this good. The two-tone Nassau Blue and India Ivory is the factory-correct combo found on the factory tag. We love how the artful trim is used as a dividing line to sandwich the white along the profile, and its glossy presentation today comes from a quality respray during this sedan's lifetime. In fact, even the wheels follow the two-tone and brightwork theme with blue steelies, classic Chevy hub caps, and bright Coker whitewalls. So when a '56 Chevy is this crisp, complete, and absolutely bright, you know it's a classic that will attract attention.
The two-tone theme continues on the inside. The seats are an intricate design with white trim, a textured blue insert, and a blue vinyl lower section that matches the piping. And it all gives you a vintage look that you want a car like this. The door panels, dash, and steering wheel follow this color theme for a nice presentation. Everything you love about these icons are still in place. This includes the fan-style gauge cluster, AM radio that's for display, and the dual-cowl style dash that resembles the Corvettes of the era. This one is so authentic, you'll even be showing off the original-style spare and the instructions still pasted in the trunk.
Part of what makes these cars a legend is that the Tri-Fives were the ones to introduce the Chevy small block V8. So you'll be happy to lift the hood to reveal a nicely detailed engine bay that features a 265 cubic-inch motor from the Tri-Five era. It really goes for a correct-style presentation with Chevy Red on the block (a one year color) and that huge factory oil bath air cleaner on top. You can tell from the overall presentation that they took the time and care to getting the motor looking great. And the engine's quality goes beyond just appearance. The V8 fires-up nicely and makes a sweet sound out of the glasspack-style dual exhaust. This strong motor combines with the power steering, dual-circuit power brakes, and automatic transmission to make for an easy all-around cruiser.
When an iconic classic looks this good, runs this nicely, and is priced so well, you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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