From 1953 through 1957, Chevrolet produced the Two-Ten which served as a replacement for the Styleline Deluxe model series and, also to complete with the Ford and Plymouth styles. The Chevy 210 became the best-selling model in 1953 and 1954. It offered more than the Chevrolet 150 as far as styling, options, and mechanics. To this day, the Chevrolet 210 remains an extremely popular and highly sought-after classic car.
This is an excellent custom 210 and it is a stunning car! Not only is this automobile gorgeous, but it also packs a load of power. Before this car was made into a custom street rod, this Chevy had only 33,000 original miles.
Exterior exhibits a beautiful yellow paint that is flawless. The roof has a brown paint that is almost bronze in color. The Billet Specialties wheels are custom reverse wheels and painted to match the roof of the car. The color combination is impressive. All chrome and trim are in new condition.
The bucket seat custom interior is ultra-leather and is brand new. Console has cup holders in stainless steel and console shifter. Headliner is also leather and features elegant lines. Steering wheel and brake pedal are Billet Specialties.
Engine is a factory GM crate LS3/430 horsepower engine, electronic fuel injection. Engine is mated to a 4L60E automatic transmission. This car starts, runs, and drives with superb performance!
Features are Wilwood disc brakes, power steering, Air Conditioning and Heat.
Underneath is a GM chassis with a Fat Man front end and rear is a 9 Ford 4-link rear suspension with coil overs and tubular A Arms that increase stability and durability.
Buyers who are serious may view this 53 Chevrolet by appointment only. The location of the car is KENTUCKY.