1957 Chevrolet 210SOLD

1957 Chevrolet 210

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If you're going to build a car of this caliber you start with a seamless frame, tubular cross member and trans. mount, double square tube rear cross-brace shock-mounts, and P.S.T. traction and sway bars. For upgraded stopping power, stainless steel power disc brakes were installed to ensure great stopping power at any speed. Stainless steel brake lines, new springs, bushings, ball-joints, all keep the handling smooth. Then include a set of Torque Thrust billet knock-offs wrapped with B.F.Goodrich T/A's , 14s in front and 15s in rear to give this Chevy an aggressive look. The Champagne Blue Mini -Flake paint was professionally applied over sheet metal that is mostly new from the cowl back with all new seals, hardware, and weather-strips . The interior has been quieted with the application of Sound Killer and all the glass is new and tinted. The hood and deck lid have been shaved and a new one piece front bumper and a N.O.S. rear bumper and grille. The interior is a darker blue with blue tweed, pleated inserts on the high back GM seats and door panels. Carpeting is dark blue and is protected by Bel-Air floor mats. For safety it has 3-point seat belts. A Pete's Billet dash and the new console both contain Auto Meter Phantom gauges. The steering wheel is a Lacarra Billet (Impala Style ). For sounds there is a Kenwood CD player, Pioneer Amp and speakers. Don't forget the keyless remote entry, trunk opener, power windows, Hurst shifter, Lokar pedals & E brake. A car that looks this nice deserves the same attention under the hood. How about a 327/350 hp, bored/stroked with a mild 270 competition Magnum Street Cam, Pete Jackson Gear Drive, Edelbrock Performer intake, Holley Avenger Carb., Holley fuel pump and pressure regulator. To light the fire there is a M.S.D. ignition, coil, timing control and R.P.M. module. Add some Moon Finned Valve Covers and Air Cleaner, Billet breathers, direct mounted Moon Gauges, Hooker Ceramic Coated Headers exhausting thru a Flow-Master system and you start to see the amount of time and money went into this build. The passengers are kept cool by a Vintage Air system sporting a Polished Sanden 508 compressor. Allen Grove Brackets and Pulleys and a new Optima battery, Desert Cooler radiator, Milodon water pump, stainless flex fan, Be Cool elec.fan., The trans is a custom built Tremec TKO 500 short throw 5-spd by Keisler Engineering, hooked to a Hays flywheel, Zoom clutch kit and a Chromoly driveshaft. At the tail end of the driveshaft you'll find a built GM 10-bolt with Moroso Posi differential, 3.73 gears, finned billet cover by Pro-Racing. This car drives well and gets 18 mpg on the highway. It's a very nice cruiser/show car that will make you proud. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom. For more information, please call (817) 764-8000 or toll free (855) 877-2707.

Reference Number 205036

as of 4/27/2013

Overview
Car 1957 Chevrolet 210
VIN B57F165134 
Mileage 9,200 miles 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
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