This is the kind of car that gets the rebel inside of us really excited. A 1956 Chevrolet 210 is an icon of the Tri-Five era, but this one looks like it's using its matte black appearance to beat up on all the other classics out there. And with a healthy small block under the hood connected to a four-speed stick, it has the performance to back up its looks.
Tri-Five Chevys are an icon that will always be a hot item. Everyone loves them so the custom crowd builds every way from mild to wild... and this one defiantly goes for the latter. There's a toughness that comes from matte black. It looks like it absorbs the sunlight, and so it's no surprise it also looks like it inhales lesser classics on the road. It's such a compelling presentation that bumpers are painted to match and the trim is shaved. But this one didn't go for the complete Two Lane Blacktop treatment. Instead it left some brightwork fan favorites like the wide grille, sweeping side trim, and taillights that are the perfect end caps for the tailfins.
Open the door, and you'll see investments in comfort and speed. The seats, door panels, and carpeting look freshly redone so that they have the unmistakable feeling of quality. You'll slip behind the updated Chevelle three-spoke sports steering wheel with tilt column. As you start to look over the dashboard, you'll be happy to see it retains the dual cowl appearance that made these Chevys so cool. But then you start to spot subtle upgrades like the auxiliary gauges and Hurst shifter... now you're starting to get the performance picture on this classic coupe.
The Tri-Five Chevys were the dawn of the small block, but they were never given anything as powerful as this. It starts with a larger 350 cubic-inch V8, and it has had performance components added such as an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, finned valve covers, and Edelbrock Performer intake. It makes an impressive howl out of the glasspack style dual exhaust. Best of all, you have complete control over this sound and all the fury of the V8 thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. Add in power steering and front disc brakes, and soon you have a terrific package that proves this wild-looking Chevy is also easy to control.
Mean looking, mean sounding and affordably priced... yup this '56 Chevy is irresistible. So you might want to hurry up and grab it. Call today!!!