• Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Bel Air/150/210
  • Type: Coupe
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1956
  • Mileage: 73
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 283 V8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Options: Leather seats, Cassette player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1956 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 Description

The iconic shoebox Chevy shape in a cool black and red color scheme, an enhanced small block V8, and, four-on-the-floor. So it's easy to understand why this 1956 Chevrolet 210 is such an attractive coupe.Tri-Five Chevys are an icon that will always be a hot item. Everyone loves them so the custom crowd makes them look every way from mild to wild. Those large 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels this coupe a modern look, but the truth is the bodywork is pretty much as GM intended back in '56. But you can tell someone when to great lengths at one time to restore it. The body looks great thanks to good investments and that the two-door is more rigid than the hardtop. So everything fits well and the doors shut with confidence. It also makes for a great canvas to apply the sinisterly shiny black paint. But the brightwork is the true key to this coupe's iconic appearance, and that's why were happy when it looks as good as this. From the bumpers to the delicate piece of trim along the window sills that accents the little dip in the bodywork, it keeps all the jewelry sparkling that makes these cars winners with the public.Open the door, and you'll see more great signs of investment. The seats look a bit like the stock patterns, but the materials are a big upgrade. The leather with cloth insert adds durability, practicality, comfort, and luxury over the 1950s originals. The seats also match nicely with the door panels and dash. As you start to look over the dashboard, you'll be happy to see it retains the dual cowl appearance that made these Chevys so cool. But then you start to spot subtle upgrades like the auxiliary gauges and knob-style the AM/FM/cassette stereo with digital tuner. Add in the sports three-spoke steering wheel and Hurst shifter, and you're starting to get the performance picture on this classic coupe.Under the hood is something truly special. The Tri-Five Chevys launched the iconic small block motor, and so it's refreshing to see the largest displacement available for this generation under the hood. But look beyond all the shiny components, and you'll see that this is no ordinary 283 cubic-inch V8. It takes advantage of plenty of performance enhancements, including a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Holley Dominator intake, and performance headers. So yes, people are going to be pretty impressed with the intimidating sound you make out of the dual exhaust. Plus, the four-speed manual transmission means you have complete control of the rumble and the power at all times. But while you're looking over this car, don't forget to take a look at the undercarriage photos. The chassis has been painted red, which is another sign of plenty invested in this coupe. It also provides a cool aggressive tone when people catch a peek at it when you drive by. Speaking of driving, this one was also built to be great on the road with features like power steering, front disc brakes, sway bars front & rear, and the grip of modern Falken performance tires at all four corners.This is an awesome cruiser that respects its history in all the right places and upgrades where you want them most. A fully built, ready-to-rumble machine like this doesn't come around too often, so call today!