1956 Chevrolet 210 Two-Door Sedan Street Rod

Condition Used
Body Sedan
Make Chevrolet
Model 210
Mileage 5028 mi
Fuel type Gasoline
Year 1956
Transmission Manual
Exterior Color Black
History Yes
VIN: VB56K106811

This refurbished and modified 1956 Chevrolet 210 two-door sedan street rod is described as a “turnkey, ready-to-go cruiser that has been set up to be safe and dependable.” The car is equipped with a 327-cu.in. small-block V-8 that’s backed by a Muncie four-speed manual transmission and a Ford 9-inch rear end. Power steering and power disc brakes are modern upgrades. The interior was recently restored. the engine as a Corvette 327-cu.in. V-8, but gives no specifics as to age or internal modifications. Engine-related components include an Edelbrock intake manifold, rebuilt carburetor, electronic ignition, Optima battery, aluminum radiator, headers, and Flowmaster dual mufflers. Cold starts “cause a little high idle for about 30 seconds and then it kicks down and idles smoothly,” without any smoke. There is some occasional valve cover leakage, he notes. The Muncie four-speed manual transmission is reported to be “brand new,” without any shifting problems. The shifter is a Hurst item. This 1956 Chevy 210 sedan was painted before i bought it, so he doesn’t know its history, although he says the paint job is a quality one. There is one small scratch over the driver’s-side wheelwell and some small evidence of previous bodywork on the driver’s side, there is no indication of rust on the car. He rates the glass as “perfect, and he states that the seals are new, so there are no water leaks. All lighting functions work well. New vinyl upholstery covers the bench seats and is in “perfect” condition. The chassis has steering and braking upgrades that include Wilwood power disc brakes, CPP power steering, new shock absorbers, and a fresh alignment. There is no steering play or vagueness. The Ford 9-inch rear end is new as is the driveshaft. The new gas tank is a stainless-steel item. The Hankook tires, sized 205/70R15, are new.