614 E. Auto Center Dr.
With bold paint and an upgraded stroker V8, this 1955 Chevrolet 210 hardtop has some attitude. But this is a frame-off restoration car where every detail was scrutinized. So with added comfort on everything from the A/C interior to an overdrive transmission, this one proves it's an all-around great classic restomod.
There is a secret deal you make when buying the right restomod. It's the quiet acknowledgement that they get built with a little extra flash because more people are going to see it. After all, if you can drive this '56 more comfortably to many more places, so this coupe will find even more admirers. The upgrade starts with the paint. The consignor states the full frame-off restoration was completed in 2018 (only about 1,600 miles ago,) and you can really see they took the time to get this right. By utilizing a glossy modern shine and avoiding the two-tone treatment, this one skews more towards the look of a serious street machine. Plus, the brightwork attracts attention all on its own. All of it looks amazing from the beautiful bumpers to the jet-inspired hood ornament. There's even a new polished Weld wheels with wider ones in the rear that serve as a little hint to upgraded power.
The interior is tastefully upgraded so that you get plenty of convenience without jeopardizing the vintage attitude. For example, you still get the classic bench set up front. But now it's finished in supple leather, and the amount of bolstering it has will make you feel like you're in an individual bucket seat. This tan is continued on custom contoured door panels, headliner, and custom cup holder center console. It looks great against the exterior red, and the color-matched dash proves it. This is the kind of car family and friends will love, so this has well-integrated upgrades to keep them happy like an AM/FM stereo w/CD changer and ice-cold air conditioning. But the best treats are reserved just for you. There's an upgraded sports steering wheel on a tilt column, a full gauge package situated in the classic housing, and your right hand will love the Lokar shifter.
The engine bay will likely win you awards all on its own. Smooth red walls funnel all your attention to the motor. And you can tell they spent a small fortune to get everything shining on this V8. In fact, we dare you to find another component that can be polished. And when you look beyond the awesome style, you're going to see a ton of substance. This is a 383 cubic-inch stroker motor, and this powerful V8 has been upgraded further with a Demon dual-feed four-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, aluminum heads, and a rumbling dual exhaust. The undercarriage photos reveal the cleanliness that only comes from a fresh frame-off restoration. Plus, you'll see upgrades, like front disc brakes and a stout Ford 9-inch rear with special accommodations for the wider rear rubber. More than just a powerful classic, this is ready to easily take you near or far with nice driving features like power steering and a four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive.
This iconic Chevy is a fresh build, and the way this runs strong proves it. So if you like the best of everything, call today!
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