It's part of a generation of Chevys that pretty much epitomized what inspired motoring was all about, and this 1956 Chevrolet 210 features such an extensive collection of new components while still holding firmly onto its original identity that simply labeling it as having been “restored” doesn't adequately describe this vintage cruiser's awesomeness. It will pull into its next owner's garage with build receipts on hand as documentation of the detail that went into bringing this iconic ride to its current stellar condition.
Mid-'50s Chevys are as strongly linked with American car culture as any nameplate, and over the years, they've often served as a foundation for aftermarket projects that have ranged from subtle to pedal-to-the-metal aggressiveness, so it's nice to see an example of the breed like this '56 - a welcome take on restoration that leaves this sturdy classic looking great while being decked out much like it was originally presented more than 60 years ago. Like everything else about this car, the exterior was brought to optimal form with no shortcuts taken - stripped down to bare metal before the repainting got under way. As a result, its sharp, blue and white color scheme is ... Please ask for the full description.