1956 Chevrolet 210 Sedan
Why This Car Is Special
The tri-five’s are always some of the hottest cars on the market, and this 1956 we have here at Skyway Classics is sure to make anyone envious of the new owner.
It has been restored but still retains a lot of the originality in its looks and has the added powertrain and driving enhancements to make it the best of both worlds.
1956 Chevrolet 210 Sedan
Small block Chevrolet built 383 cubic inch Stroker V8 engine
Block and heads are painted in Chevrolet orange
Chrome Chevrolet lid air cleaner
Chrome valve covers
Chrome aluminum intake
Modern EFI system
Oversize performance radiator
700 R4 Automatic transmission
Chrome 5-spoke mag wheels
Black sidewall tires
Black and white upholstery covering the front bench seat and the matching rear seat
Factory dash retains the stock look with all the factory, switches, gauges and controls
Aftermarket gauge cluster under the dash
Modern stereo radio system
Large black factory steering wheel
Restored trunk area with mats and a spare tire and wheel
Grey and Black paint scheme
Front and rear chrome bumpers
Iconic hood emblem and grill
The legendary 56 is powered by none other than the equally as legendary small block Chevrolet 383 cubic inch built stroker V8 engine. The block and heads are painted in Chevrolet orange and topped off with a chrome Chevrolet lid air cleaner and chrome valve covers, chrome aluminum intake, chrome alternator, MSD electronics, cast-iron exhaust, dual exhaust, modern EFI system, oversize performance radiator, with the power is routed through an 700 R4 automatic transmission, shifted on the column.
The go power is put to the ground via the classic chrome 5-spoke mag wheels and black sidewall tires to give it a great performance look and stance.
The interior is a great match to the paint scheme with the black and white upholstery covering the front bench seat and the matching rear seat as well.
The factory dash retains the stock look with all the factory, switches, gauges and controls with an aftermarket gauge cluster under the dash, a modern stereo radio system, black mats, large black factory steering wheel, and a restored trunk area with mats and a spare tire and wheel too.
The Grey and Black paint scheme is a great fit on these 56’s and this car shows why. Even non-car people know the familiar shape and classic styling of the 55-57′ Chevrolets.
Our grey over black two tone has a slick and shiny finish with tasteful chrome trim, front and rear chrome bumpers, the iconic hood emblem and grill, and those familiar rear fenders.
This is an iconic classic automobile and a real piece of American history that was built in LA so the frame is solid and welded and has the full one-piece bumper. One look and it’s easy to see why so many people have fallen in love with the Chevrolet 210. Ours looks great from every angle.
This restored 1956 Chevrolet 210 Sedan we have here at Skyway Classics would make a great addition to anyone’s collection as it is both a classic and a great street cruiser.
So, give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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