1956 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210
This is a super-nice one-of-a-kind 1956 210 two-door custom sedan. The engine is a 350 4-bolt with a 4-speed transmission and Hurst shifter. Transmission is from a 1970 Chevelle big block car. It has dual quad Holley carburetors. The rear end is a 12-bolt Posi unit and the rear suspension is a Mono-Leaf suspension with air shocks. Front brakes are disc, rear brakes are drum. This '56 was a rust-free body-off restoration. Paint was done by Custom Auto Design in Lake Worth, Florida. The paint is polyeurythene enamel. Colors are maroon and jet black. It looks as good today as the day it was painted. Some options include: air conditioning, tilt column with emergency flashers, digital clock, AM/FM with rear speakers, seat belts, tachometer, power steering, door handle shields, gravel guards, outside mirrors, aluminized exhaust system, electric wipers and front & rear optional bumper guards. The interior is a maroon and off-white leather interior. This is an excellent running and driving classic car. The '56 showed at a Kissimmee Florida CCI National convention in 1995 and scored 983 points in the Custom Class. It also showed in 1995 at a CCI National show in Jacksonville Florida and scored 972 points. The '56 was featured in the June 1996 "Bow Times" magazine. RUNNING FOR THE SECOND TIME WITH A REDUCED RESERVE. Good luck in your bidding.