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This 1956 Chevrolet 210 Restomod is a quality build with an awesome shine, a bold/supple interior, cold-blowing A/C, an overdrive transmission, and a 502 big block that gives you superior power. With only 3,300 miles on the whole build since it completed its restoration/transformation, you realize it's a true stunner over every inch (even the undercarriage.)
You can tell there was extra time and money invested in this build. It starts with the body. The bright red and white two-tone went on with care, and there's a deep gloss and shine here that tells of a modern application and a professional hand applying it. There are high-quality details with straight body lines and good gaps. In fact, this looks so good, that it earns its upgrade to Bel Air trim. After all top-trim 1956 cars have the exclusive trim that zooms up the side. And this beautiful body shows it off with style. Speaking of stand-out brightwork there has been a proper investment in the wraparound chrome bumpers, intricate tail lights, and exclusive 1956 grille. Plus, the polished American Racing Torq Thrust wheels with 17/18-inch front/rear stagger add shine while hinting at upgraded power. This is a true stunner for all the big and bright details, but don't forget to inspect the little things, too. Pliable weather stripping, clear glass, and clean lights are the kinds of things that remind you that the build quality was more than just pure flair.
The interior shows off more of this car's quality. They took the time to give you thoughtful vintage details, like the split-bench seats, but the ultraleather here gives you the kind of supple feel that they could never give you in the 1950s. The deep red look coordinates with the dash, carpeting, door panels, and even the trunk. And the white returns on the headliner and door tops for a uniform look in and out. Just like the exterior, it really is a detailed style. So you'll appreciate the little things like the working dome light. And you'll also spot the well-integrated upgrades that make this classic a better modern driver. There's a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner, upgraded speakers, a custom center console, cup holders, and air conditioning. The upgraded sports steering wheel has a nice grip, and it's mounted on a tilt column to give you a clear view of the upgraded Dakota Digital gauge panel. And don't you just love how the readouts glow red to coordinate with the interior...see what we mean about thoughtful details?
You'll proudly showcase the engine bay with its ultra-smooth red inner walls, a ton of polished components, and the ultra-tidy setup that reminds you of the low mileage on the whole build. And within the style is plenty of substance. This is a 502 cubic-inch crate V8. While the monster displacement is usually plenty of displacement for most of us, this one also has plenty more. It's built right with aluminum heads, an aluminum intake, and topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. And the headers add power and rumble while feeding the dual exhaust. Plus, it has all the right supporting components, like a dual master cylinder, upgraded pulleys, an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans, and the battery moved to the trunk. It's a solid overall setup that really loves to run strong. So it's great to see it paired with a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive that's great for journeys near or far. As you look at the undercarriage photos, it shows you more evidence of how fresh and comprehensive the build is. Plus, you'll spot more upgrades like the CCP tubular A-arm front suspension with adjustable coilovers. Add in power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and grippy ZR-rated tires, and this is the classic with modern moves.
This is the kind of total build that impresses with its style, quality, freshness, and power. So if you love to drive something quite memorable, you need this Chevrolet 210 restomod. Call today!!!
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