614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1955 Chevrolet 210 has the instant bold appeal of a street machine, but you'll love this for more than just the paint. With an upgraded crate V8, four-wheel disc brakes, overdrive transmission, and comfy A/C interior, they really were quite thoughtful about how they upgraded this icon.
It's easy to love a Tri-Five Chevy when you want to drive something memorable, but this one really turns it up a notch. Raspberry pink is a terrific color, because it follows the pastel hues we love of a 1950 machine, but it also adds an electric element to bring it into the modern era. So it does a good job of looking both classic and modern, and that's the real theme of this car. The lowered stance, tri-bar headlights, and Cragar SS wheels are also part of this timeless speedy appeal. And you'll even love the details, like the signal lights with Chevy bow ties within them. So while this has all the iconic lines you love of a '55 Chevy, right down to the big chrome bumpers, it also will never be mistaken for anything close to stock.
The interior continues the idea of all the right upgrades. The tasteful gray looks nice on the comfy cloth seating. And the pattern coordinates with the door panels, and all the grays of the carpeting, headliner, and dash blend nicely together like they would even on a new car. Even the trunk is expertly upholstered to match. You have nice modern features like cold-blowing R134a air conditioning and provisions for an upgraded stereo system. You'll enjoy your time in the driver's seat, because this one was upgraded around you. That means a high-back bucket seat, armrest center console, and a leather-wrapped Lecarra steering wheel on an Ididit tilt column. Plus, the B&M floor shifter and well-integrated upgraded gauge package are clear signals you'll like what's under the hood.
The whole engine bay has been done so that it's ready to show off. Even the underside of the hood has a fun graphic with a raccoon eating a raspberry. And as you dive into the motor, you'll see a well-planed presentation with plenty of components painted to match the exterior paint and inner walls. And just about anything that isn't purple/pink is a bright aluminum, including the flame-etched valve covers and air topper. While the total style package is quite nice, you'll also really love the substance within. It's a 350 cubic-inch crate V8 with a Carter four-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, and shorty headers feeding the dual exhaust. This has all the right supporting components, too, like upgraded pulleys w/serpentine belt, MSD ignition, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fans. And so if this is starting to sound like a thoughtful total package, then you'll also like the easy driving features, like power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
This is not only a bold-looker but also a great-driver. So if you want a '55 Chevy that's nice for near of far, call today!
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