The 1955 Chevrolet 210 is meant to be a great cruising classic. So when you can find one with smooth two-tone paint, proper V8 power, an overdrive transmission, and a bright A/C interior, then this is exactly the one that knows how to hit the road in added style and comfort.
The two-tone teal and white follows close to the 1955-correct Regal Turquoise and India Ivory. So it has an immediate vintage appeal. But you can also tell there's a superior luster on this one that's courtesy of a more modern re-spray. And the investment in quality is seen throughout this car. That's why the iconic brightwork looks terrific. The mirror-like bumpers, large grille, and jet-inspired hood ornament are all shining bright. And because all the bodywork is straight, the trim looks almost unbroken through the door line. So it really provides a crisp and bright divider for the two colors. But we know this one also wants to be a driver. That's why it has stylish and helpful upgrades, like the crystal clear headlights, tinted windows, and a nice set of 18-inch Boyds wheels that hold better modern tires.
Just like the exterior, the interior has vintage appeal with plenty of investment in the right upgrades. The two-tone used inside coordinates to match the exterior colors, and the upholstery, panels, carpeting, headliner, and all the other fundamentals have the fresh feel of quality. Even the spare tire cover in the trunk was done to match this detailed setup. As a true upgraded cruiser, you've got some great upgrades in comfort. This includes air conditioning, a movable cup holder center console, seatbelts, and an AM/FM stereo with USB and Bluetooth hidden away in the glovebox. And the sports steering wheel and full gauge upgrade including tach) means there's something nice under the hood, too.
The engine bay is also part of this well-coordinated total package. The block and heads have been painted turquoise to match the inner walls and exterior paint. Plus, there's plenty of polish, including the valve covers, air grabber, brake booster, and alternator. At the center is a 350 cubic-inch V8. Not only is this larger than anything available in 1955, but also this is upgraded further with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, an aluminum radiator, and a set of shorty headers. It's a nice power package that's built for all-around good driving. The 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission is great at handling power as well as delivering overdrive comfort. Plus, you have power steering, power brakes, front discs, and the grip of those ZR-rated tires.
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