1955 Chevrolet 210 Two Door Sedan Project

Price: - Item location: Haslet, Texas, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Bel Air/150/210
  • Type: Cab & Chassis
  • Trim: 210
  • Year: 1955
  • Mileage: 0
  • VIN: B55F210494
  • Color: Mango Tango Orange and Cool Vanilla
  • Engine size: NA
  • Number of cylinders: NA
  • Transmission: Tremec TKO 600
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: NA
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 210

During the frame off restoration, every nut and bolt was addressed. All Parts are New or Rebuilt and the rust free body was coated inside and out in PPG DP red oxide epoxy primer. It was painted base/clear in Mango Tango Orange and Cool Vanilla by Street Smart Paint and Body. The only alterations to the body is the smoothed firewall and the expanded wheel wells. The seamless frame is coated in chassis black and is upgraded with Williams Classic Chassis rear spring pockets, traction bars, transmission crossmember, gas centering kit, and motor mounts which will work for a SBC, BBC, or LS motor. The rear end is a Quick Performance 9” with a Yukon Nodular Iron Case, Aluminum Pinion Support, Detroit Eaton True Trac 31 spline, 3.50 ratio. Transmission is a Tremec TKO 600 with a QuickTime Bellhousing. Brakes are Wilwood 12.19” four piston, slotted rotors, parking brake, and a Wilwood aluminum master cylinder. The front suspension has Heidts drop spindles, Hotchkis 1 3/8” sway bar, Tubular A-Arms, and a Borgenson steering box. The rims are American Racing Torq-Thrust II’s 7X17 and 10X18 with Michelin 205/50-17 and Nitto 295/45-18.Also included is:- Exterior 210 stainless trim that has been show polished by Concourse Trim.- New tinted side glass, whiskers, rebuilt regulators, door handles & mechanism installed with GT Sound & Heat Shield.- GT Sound & Heat Shield installed in doors, quarters, dash, firewall, roof, and wheel wells.- New tinted front and rear glass with rubber (not installed).- Eddie Motorsport Billet Hood Hinges.- Raingear Wipers Installed.- Ididit Chrome Steering Column with Original Style Steering Wheel (not installed).- Hot Rod Wires Wiring Harnesses (not installed).- Stainless Gas Tank.- Complete Headlight, Parking Lights, & Tail Light Assemblies.- Hood & Trunk Emblems.- BelAir Dash Trim. - Mocked Up For Vintage Air with the smoothed firewall.
The front clip is currently removed and each piece wrapped and stored and there are a lot of boxed parts and the seats. Some parts could be transported in the car, but pickup will require a trailer for the car and probably a second trip for all the parts.
If you want more pictures of anything in particular, let me know and I can email them to you.
As with any purchase of this amount, I would suggest you contact me to schedule an inspection.
I have a clear Texas title in my name that list the motor number as the VIN, that's the way Texas did registration until about 1958. I recently sold another 1955 Chevrolet with motor number as the VIN and it was registered in Texas about two months ago. You can also contact your local DMV for information. But, if that's a problem for you, please don't bid.