1955 Chevrolet 210 Two-door Sedan Restomod Brilliant Blue exterior White and dark blue leather interior 327 CID V-8 from a 1966 Chevrolet with a 4-bbl carb and an Edelbrock intake manifold Four-speed manual transmission with Hurst floor shifter Power steering and power brakes with front discs ProCar white front bucket seats Digital dashboardIf youre looking for a gateway into classic cars, Mot Xotica Classic Cars has the perfect rolling springboard for you in the form of this lightly modified 1955 Chevrolet 210 Two-door Sedan. The 210 was the middle trim of the three available trim levels in the mid-1950s.This particular example was built in GMs Janesville, Wisconsin factory, where it was painted Shoreline Beige over Glacier Blue (code 614) with Dark Blue Gabardine and Light Blue pattern cloth (code 503). It also left the line equipped with Chevys Blue Flame inline six-cylinder engine.At some point since it was built, someone had the cars exterior repainted a brilliant Blue. Its very eye-catching and the paint and trim are in overall very good order. There are a few scattered blemishes at the drivers side door, on the hood, on the drivers side front and rear fenders and at the passenger side B-pillar. The glass is in excellent shape, as are the cars lights. The glass and lights are clear and intact.The cars bodywork is straight and solid, the engine bay is very tidy, the battery appears new and the bumper are shiny and fit tightly to the cars body. This Tri-Five rolls on Matrix P195/65R15 tires in front and P235/70R15 in back. Each tire is wrapped around a chrome wheel with a center cap. The wheels and tires are in very good order.Underhood, a 327 CID V-8 engine from a 1966 Chevrolet with a four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake manifold and dual exhausts replaces the original Blue Flame Six. Bolted to the motor is a four-speed manual transmission. Driver convenience features include power steering and power brakes with front discs.Inside, the cars original interior has been changed out, too. Up front are two, white ProCar bucket seats, which look fantastic in contrast to the cars exterior and dark blue carpeting, which is also in great condition. The complementing headliner is in similar shape. A three-spoke aftermarket steering wheel faces the driver and is excellent condition. The inner door panel look satisfactory while the instrument panel, with its digital gauges, in is in very good order. The windshield wipers and horn are inoperable. Rounding out the interior is a Retro Sound AM/FM stereo with cassette deck.The 1955 model year marks the introduction of a new chassis and the debut of the Chevrolet's legendarysmall blockV-8. The center door frame was beefed up for more safety.Brakes were 11-inch drums.The Two-Ten buyer was free to choose any powertrain option available. The ammeter and oil pressure gauges were changed to warning lights.This was not the first Chevrolet to be installed with a V-8 engine. That honor went to theSeries D,which was built for 1917 and 1918 and was manufactured before Chevrolet joinedGeneral Motors.The Two-Ten series, introduced for the 1953 model year, replaced the Styleline DeLuxe series. It was actually the best-selling Chevrolet model during 1953 and 54, offering a balance of style and luxury appointments unavailable in the base150series, but was less costly than the glitzy Bel Air. Two-Tens offered the widest choice of body styles for 1953, including a convertible, Sport Coupe hardtop, two- and four-door sedans, and four-door station wagons.As the American public began to prefer posh to economy, the Bel Air began to outsell the lesser series. As a partial answer to this, Chevrolet re-introduced the Two-Ten Sport Coupe hardtop in the middle of the 1955 model year, and also added a four-door Two-Ten hardtop Sport Sedan for 1956. Neither achieved the sales of their Bel Air counterparts, however, since they were only about $100.00 cheaper than the Bel Airs, which provided more luxury and premium exterior trim.Unlike the 150 series, Two-Tens were always available with the same luxury options as the Bel Air, including the Powerglideautomatic transmission, power window lifts and seat adjuster. TheTwo-Ten Townsmanwas the top station wagon model offered in 1953, but the Townsman was moved up to the Bel Air series for 1954, only to return to the Two-Ten for 1955. The lower-priced Handyman station wagon, a four-door model in 1953-54, became a two-door for 1955-57. Both were joined by a nine-passengerBeauvillefour-door wagon in 1956-57.Competition to this Chevrolet in 1955 included Dodges Coronet Six, Fords Customline Tudor, Plymouths Savoy Club Sedan and Pontiacs Chieftain Two-door Sedan.The 1955 Chevrolet is one of the most iconic and recognizable cars in the brands nearly century-long history. With this lightly modified version, you have an opportunity to enter the classic car universe at and pick up a car that will turn heads, elicit smiles and get people talking every time you stop at a traffic light or run errands. Please stop by Mot Xotica Classic Cars today and check this Chevy 210 out today!This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 9,407 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. 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