800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1955 Chevrolet 210 Wagon Restomod is about taking the classic you love and giving it all the best features. So while it retains an iconic style inside and out, the Corvette fuel-injected V8, overdrive transmission, A/C interior, and other upgrades show you a car that loves to cruise in modern times.
The creamy yellow paint with white roof looks quite right on this car. It's the kind of two-tone that's akin to the colors Chevy would give you at the factory. So your first impression might just be a clean, straight, a well-respected classic. That's especially because the '55 launched the jet-inspired Tri-Five era. In fact, speaking of jets, this has all the great aircraft-inspired brightwork on the hood and running down the body. And of course, everyone loves the stylized chrome bumpers at both ends. It all has the right look of a nice 65-year-old classic, right down to the bright grille that was exclusive to the '55. And those Rocket Racing Salt Flat-style wheels (with extra meaty rubber in the rear) are a signal that there's more to this than just a great vintage appearance.
The classic feeling continues inside with the well-done black interior. Plus, the white inserts are not only part of a timeless color combo, but also Chevy fans will recognize the special pattern from the 210 Del Ray line. So it's both attractive and instantly respected by classic car fans. This restomod also has well-integrated modern upgrades. The classic dual-cowl dash now houses modern amenities like an AM/FM digital tuner with Kenwood stereo speakers and cold R134a air conditioning. So this wagon can carry plenty of family and friends, and they all stay comfortable over the long haul, too. In fact, because this has the large rear cargo area, you can carry all their stuff, too. It makes this one the classic that's perfect for everything from road trips to tailgating. But even when it's just you going for a solo cruise, this Chevy is great. That's why you have upgrades like a smaller diameter classic-style steering wheel, tilt steering column, front cup holders, and a full digital gauge package.
The '55 Chevy launched the legendary small block, so we love to see a version of it updated for the best power. In fact, the fuel-injected LT1 motor was one of the last/best evolutions of this generation. So since they knew you were going to have a cool story to tell every time you lift the hood, they also made sure this upgrade looked fantastic. It's a true standout with a clean engine bay, well-done wiring, bright aluminum radiator, and slick covers that announce this has Corvette power. And you'll love this for more than just appearance. After all, the LT1 gives you more power and better delivery to make it a fantastic driver. That feeling continues with power steering, power brakes with discs up front, and a 4L80E four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive.
This is the ideal mix of distinction, power, and features, and it's all wrapped in an iconic package. So you know this is the one classic that's great for both when you drive and when you arrive. Call now!
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