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1956 Chevrolet 210 Townsman
Wagon
$19,900
The Paint: Original color combination of Twilight Turquoise and India Ivory

The Engine: 265 CID V8

The Transmission: Powerglide 2 speed automatic, rebuilt

The Differential: Original Chevrolet Drop-out 3rd member, highway gears

The Interior: Restored to original color combination of Turquoise/Gray

Power Steering

Power Front disc brakes

All gauges work

All lights work

The heater works

All glass is nice and windows roll up and down easily

New weather stripping

Dual Exhaust

Factory stock steel wheels with original wheel covers

White wall radial tires


Wagons are becoming ever-increasingly popular, and wagons of the '50's are among the most sought after. There are so many potential styles and upgrades that can be performed on these wagons from the “Patina” look, to “Pro Touring”, to the “Surf Wagon” style, not to mention the traditional “Hot Rod”, and factory “Grocery-Getter”.
What ever your dreams are, wagons provide an excellent pallet for your imagination. This particular wagon is not only finished in a highly desirable original color conbination, but the interior is fresh and clean.
The engine is a 265 V8 that runs great, and is stock and original. This wagon drives down the road very nicely, and the rebuilt automatic transmission shift very nicely too.
All of the window glass is excellent, and there's a back seat with seat belts for three. 
Power steering make this wagon a total pleasure to drive, and the power front disc brakes work great, and add to your safety piece of mind.
Turn the key and the 265 comes to life, and is well complemented with the easy, low tone sound emitting form the dual exhaust. Pull the shift lever into Drive, point the wagon to the beach, a car show, a cruise-in, your favorite restaurant, or make that dreaded drive to work a much happier experience. Wherever you go, this wagon will surely bring a smile to your face, as well as others, and really...Isn't that the bottom line?

*Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Interested parties should confirm all data before relying on it to make a purchase decision.