1956 Chevrolet 210 2 Door Sedan
The Paint: Two-tone Chianti Red/White, highly glossy, single stage
The Engine: 350 CID, Aluminum intake manifold, Edelbrock 4 bbl carb, electronic ignition
The Transmission: GM Turbo 350 3 speed automatic on the column
The Differential: Original, front drop out 3 rd member, highway gearing
The Suspension: New front A-arms, all bushings are new, front sway bar, new shocks
Rear leafs with new shocks
The Interior: Restored using factory stock seat patterns, matching door panels, headliner, and carpeting (embroidered Belair floor mats, front and rear seat belts
Power front disc brakes with chrome booster and chrome master cylinder
All gauges work in the dash as well as the auxiliary gauges mounted under the dash
Tilt steering column with 3- spoke aftermarket steering wheel
New heater core and fully functional controls
All lights work
Windshield wipers work
The horn works
All glass is nice and the windows roll up and down easily
Exterior Chrome and bright work trim is nice
Aluminum radiator, aluminum overflow, and billet aluminum hood hinges
Nice sounding dual exhaust
Chrome Crager SS 5 spoke, 15” Wheels all around with B.F. Goodrich radial T/A's
If there was ever a car you can't go wrong owning, it would be a Tri-5 Chevy. 1955, 56, and 57 Chevrolet's are among the most recognizable automobiles in the history of automobiles.
Find one that is easy and comfortable to drive and ride in, with the amenities we like to make it fun to drive, as well as a classic color combination, and a nice sound, stance, and a cool set of wheels and tires, and you would have an extremely desirable classic hot rod that most any “Car guy” will appreciate.
Here's a case-in-point: This particular '56 210 is set up very nicely for daily driving, as well as just crusin' around, or going to a car show, or Cruise-in.
Power steering and power front disc brakes are practically a must these days, and this Chevy has both, so you're covered there. Depress the accelerator when cold, turn the key and the 350 jumps to life and fast idles like it's suppose to. 20-30 seconds later, blip the throttle once again, and the car settles into a nice comfortable, deep sounding idle.
Pull the column mounted shift lever into the drive position, and you're crusing in comfort, style, and performance. The completely rebuilt suspension and added sway bar, make for a smooth, tight, sure footed ride.
The trunk compartment is nicely painted, and finished with a carpeted mat and matching spare.
The paint on the Chevy shows very nicely, as does the chrome and bright work. The engine runs great, the transmission shifts nice and smooth, the interior shows very nicely and is very comfortable, and all accessories work. The car has a nice stance, a nice sounding dual exhaust system, and a hard to beat set of wheels and tires....What else is there?!! A nice all around, solid 1956 Chevy 210.