1956 Chevrolet 210-Blown Big Block-Frame Off Build-Perfect Show Car / Driver

Price: US $33,600.00 Item location: Rohnert Park, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Bel Air/150/210
  • Year: 1956
  • Mileage: 1,292
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1956 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210

1956 Chevy 210 two door sedan - 540 cubic inch stroker big block - Approximately 800 horsepower - Weiand blower - Dual Holley Demon carbs - New GM block - Edelbrock aluminum heads - 9.5 to 1 compression - Roller cam and rockers - Aluminum rods - Steel crankshaft - Serpentine belt system - Vintage Air AC and heat (Needs to be charged. Never got around to it) - BeCool aluminum radiator with dual electric fans - Turbo 400 transmission - Gear Vendors overdrive - Polished stainless steel drive shaft - Ford nine inch positraction rear end with 355 gears - Heidts tubular a-arm front suspension - Power rack and pinion steering - Ladder bar coil over rear suspension - Four wheel disc brakes - Stainless steel three inch exhaust with four inch tail pipes - Custom fuel tank - Billet Specialties wheels - Hoosier tires - Billet Specialties steering wheel - Dolphin Gauges - Complete custom wiring harness - CD stereo with remote - Hurst shifter
This car was built from a stock, absolutely rust free car purchased in Petaluma, CA. - It retains all the original sheet metal, except the hood, which is reinforced fiberglass - The body was removed from the frame and stripped to bare metal before painting - The car also retains all of the original trim, bumpers and taillights - All were polished to perfection or rechromed by Sherm's Plating - The only reproduction trim piece is the grill - All glass and window rubber was replaced with new - Rod Sousa upholstery with full width back seat - Custom wheel tubs - Battery relocated to the trunk
Only 1,292 miles have been put on the odometer since the car was completed - It is perfectly straight and is every bit as nice underneath as it is on top - It has tons of power but is still an excellent driver - This 210 was also a class winner at the Sacramento Autorama - Well over $150,000 was spent building this car, using nothing but the best parts and materials available
I am listing this car for my friend - If you have any questions please use the "ask a question" feature in the auction listing and I will get back to you with an answer as soon as possible - If you would like to view the car in person this can be arranged - Thank you