- $51,995 Get Financing
- Two-Ten Series
- Seller: streetsidephx
- Phone: 480-926-1344
This 1957 Chevrolet 210 Restomod is an all-around awesome icon with a bright style, brighter chrome, a hardy small block, and the control of a four-speed. It makes for a terrific cruiser, and you get to enjoy it all from the comfort of a full custom A/C interior
<br><br> Turquoise looks right on this Tri-five Chevy. It's the kind of color you could have had in 1957, but the way this pops in the sunshine lets you know it's a modern application for a more modern machine. And the deep gloss loves to highlight the straight body panels. The gaps are great, the rubber seals are nice, and the brightwork is brilliant. It's a true rolling icon restored to a standard fitting of its stature. That's why it earns the Bel Air upgrades like the gold trim and stainless fin inserts. And while the overall look delivers on the legendary style that defines the American road, the modern Coys polished alloys with the 17/18-inch front/rear aggressive stance lets everyone know there's a lot more to this one than just its iconic appearance.
<br><br> Just like the exterior, the interior delivers plenty of vintage charm and plenty of well-integrated upgrades. For example, the seats are two rows of wide benches, but the upholstery now has vented inserts that add comfort and look like a modern sports car. The door panels were even done to match. There's more tasteful tan on the carpeting, steering wheel, and custom console. Plus, there's a nice hint of classic color with the teal headliner and floor mats. More than just looking great, this was upgraded to keep you comfortable on the road. It includes an AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input, cup holders, and cold-blowing air conditioning. It also has some great driver upgrades, like the sports steering wheel on a tilt steering column, Hurst shifter, and backlit auxiliary gauge package, including a handy tach.
<br><br> The engine bay has a nice style where the polished components are seen radiating from within the black fender walls. And what you'll really love is the 400 cubic-inch V8. After all, a Tri-Five like this launched the small block era, and this upgrade is the largest the factory ever offered. More than just displacement, this is upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, a Weiand aluminum intake, and headers feeding the dual exhaust. And while this is powerful, don't forget to check out the supporting components, too, like the aluminum radiator, electric fans, upgraded pulleys, and battery concealed in the furnished trunk for better weight distribution. This is a great power package, and the four-speed manual transmission puts the control firmly in your hands. Power steering, power brakes w/front discs, and modern sport tires at all corners complete a restomod that was built to be enjoyed.
<br><br> This is one of those rare cars that celebrates its history while squarely keeping its eye on the future. The trophies you pick up along the way are just the bonus. Call today!!!