Finished in a beautiful light blue and white two tone paint job, this 1955 Chevrolet 210 would make for a great cruiser. Under the hood sits the believed original 235ci straight six engine, mated to a 2 speed powerglide automatic transmission. Over the last four years, this car has undergone a significant restoration. While prepping the body for paint work, the decision was made to replace the left rear fender with new metal. Photos detailing the replacement and body work prep are included in a Google Drive folder. With bright shining chrome all around and the blue and white paint looking great after a thorough polishing, the exterior of the car is sure to win over crowds at shows. While the final vision of the car was never realized by the current owner, the rear end was replaced with a narrow Nova axle to make room for wider wheels and tires. Center Line wheels and BFGoodrich tires were the chosen alternative, and still look very nice. Inside, the interior was also gone through with blue and white leather, a white headliner, and the same matching paint on the dash. An aftermarket wooden steering wheel adds a nice touch, and the Bel Air accent piece sits prominently on the passenger side. If you are looking for a classic American car to cruise around in, this ‘55 210 would make a great candidate.
Mileage Shown at Listing: 236
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