BIG BLOCK 402 V8, AUTO, DUALS, FRONT DISCS, NICE STANCE, READY TO CRUISE 4-DOOR!
The 1955 Chevrolet was a game-changer for both General Motors and the entire automobile industry. Totally restyled in comparison to its predecessors, the '55 was immensely popular in the showroom and on the highway, and it essentially elevated the Bowtie brand to a new level in the marketplace. With a powerful big block, and a slick lowered stance, this 1955 Chevrolet 210 is a good example of just what an incredible cruiser these classics can be built to.
With its black-on-black color scheme and slightly lowered stance, this four-door sedan is bad to the bone. This is one of those menacing machines that looks really fast even when it's sitting still. The stealth black finish still shows well with a decent luster, while the chrome trim is all in place and still shining brightly. A driver-quality appearance all-around, that still sweet going down the road. The undercarriage is clean and solid, with disc brakes added to the front. Low profile 17" tires and custom Coys give this little pavement-pounder its ground-hugging posture. It isn't a showstopper or a car you'd find in a museum, but it'll still turn heads. In fact, it'll turn a lot of heads. This car is sure to be a hit at your local cruise-in.
The inside of this little Chevy is very comfortable and inviting. The solid ebony upholstery, carpet, and headliner are in great shape and add to the sultry allure of the all-black cosmetics package. On the dash you'll find aftermarket water, volt, and oil gauges nicely integrated, along with a AM/FM/CD player. The interior is spacious enough to easily seat six adults. Rest assured, this is an excellent choice if you plan to take the entire family cruising. You could say this gives an entirely new meaning to the term "family car!"
A glimpse beneath the hood reveals that there is some serious business afoot in the engine bay. This beast is stuffed full of 402 cubic inch Big Block Chevy. There's just something about a big motor in a big sedan! You'll feel like you're actually gliding down the highway. An aluminum intake, Edelbrock four-barrel, HEI ignition, and headers provide an added measure of muscle to a potent engine that's adequately matched up to a TH350 three-speed automatic transmission. The deep, throaty bellowing of the big block as it comes up to full song serves notice that this combination packs a pretty healthy punch. Press the accelerator to the floor and feel the power as this black beauty begins to gobble up asphalt like Pac Man gone wild.
One of the most recognizable motor vehicles in the entire world, the 1955 Chevrolet 210 is an enduring part of Americana. Here is your chance to own a unique customization of a car that proved forever pivotal in the evolution of the automobile. There is a lot of car to be had here for the money. Call today!
AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Defrost, Cloth Interior, Heat, Front Disc Brakes
- Engine Size
- 402 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Color
- Body Style
- 15,810 (Unknown)
- Interior Color
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months