800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1956 Chevrolet 210 mixes its iconic original spirit with a sleek custom look on the outside, extra comfort on the inside, added V8 power, and four-wheel disc brakes. So If you love a Tri-Five built to enjoy, read on...
Turquoise is a great color to have on a classic '56 Chevy. After all, it fits in perfectly with its era. But the moment the sunshine hits this one, you also see a deeper glow of a more modern application and a well-done restoration. And that's how you should view this whole car. It has all the classic pieces you love, like the full-length sweeping side trim, jet-inspired hood ornament, and mirror-like wraparound chrome bumpers. But the restoration also upgraded the look with half-chrome headlights, larger 15-inch rally wheels, and smoother look from expertly deleted badging. So it showcase how this was restored to be a upgraded machine.
Inside is more of the same story. There are great classic elements, like the dual cowl dash and two wide rows of bench seating. But they also invested in the right upgrades. For example, those seats are now finished in a comfy cloth. Plus, the door panels, headliner, and carpeting have all been re-done to match and are looking nice. You still have the classic thin and grippy steering wheel. But as you look beyond that you'll see some well-integrated upgrades, like the retro-style AM/FM radio and a new gauge package with large speedo and tach.
Under the hood is proper small block Chevy power with a 307 cubic-inch V8. This continues the theme of well-placed upgrades as the tidy orange block has been given added power with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. The dual exhaust makes a terrific tune you'll love to hear on the open road, and this one really is made for driving. That's why you have nice features like power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission and an upgraded aluminum radiator. Plus, the four-wheel power disc brake upgrade gives you better confidence than you get in many other classics of this era.
This is the iconic Tri-Five Chevy that was built for driving. So if you showing off your classic near or far, call today!
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