This 1955 Chevrolet 210 has an updated Bel Air look on the outside, an upgraded A/C comfort on the inside, and proper small block V8 power under the hood. So you can really tell that you're looking at a sleek two-tone icon that you'll also love to drive.
The paint sets the perfect attitude for this car. A two-tone was terrific to have on a '55 Chevy, and this holds close to the year-correct colors of Copper Maroon and India Ivory. But the level of brilliance, and a metallic element in .....
maroon signal a more modern application and an upgraded machine. Details like the polished dual exhaust tips, lowered suspension, and Rally wheels also hint at this Chevy's cruiser attitude, but nothing here ever takes away from the idea of a true classic. The upgraded Bel Air trim helps to show off more of the clean body lines. And there are also wraparound chrome bumpers, clean glass, a crisp grille, and the overall looks of the kind of Tri-Five that helped establish the icon.
The interior continues the two-tone theme. They took time to create a comfortable experience with easy-to-clean white vinyl and comfy maroon cloth inserts on the upholstery. Matching door panels, good carpeting, and a taut headliner make this inviting. And we particularly like the inner trunk panel that gives you the two-tone theme and a custom Chevy bow tie to show off every time you open up the rear. This 210 also likes to be the kind of classic to share with family and friends. So there are some worthwhile upgrades that keep them comfortable, such as a retro-style AM/FM stereo and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. And even when just going solo, you know this has been built to be enjoyed. That's why you have a grippy sports steering wheel mounted on a polished tilt column.
This was the first year Chevy offered the small block V8, and so it earns the added polish and distinction you see under the hood. And while the tidy and bright look is stylish, what you'll really appreciate is the substance. This is a later and larger 350 cubic-inch unit. It has been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. It makes for a strong package that loves to hit the road. And to make sure cruising is easy, they also gave you a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and wide BF Goodrich T/As.
This is the sharp-looking icon with the right upgrades to make it great to both show and drive. Call today!!!