1956 Chevrolet 210 Delray Club Coupe Pro Street that started it's life as a rust-free Oklahoma car. Under the hood is a 454 LS6 Crate engine with rectangular-ported heads, forged crank, pink rods, TRW pistons, Griffin aluminum radiator, MSD ignition, Edelbrock intake and 600 carb, William's headers, Scott's 16" electric fan, high torque electric starter, Edelbrock cam and lifters, Austin's mufflers, 3" exhaust Crane Roller timing chain, and many more. Transmission is a GM Turbo 400 automatic transmission built by Chuck Loftgren. B&M deep aluminum rib pan, dynamic racing torque converter with a 3200 stall, B&M full ratchet shifter, William's cross member and driveshaft loop. Very, very nicely setup for the street or the track. The two-tone silver and raspberry color contrast very well and are in great shape and both colors sport a brilliant luster. Silver and burgundy cloth interior to match the exterior. The body is nice and straight and shows well. The rear end is a Ford 9" modular case by Rick Campbell with 4:11 strange gears in it as well as Gable shocks and springs. This vehicle was a chassis frame-off restoration. Morrison ladder bars in the rear. Brakes are GM and Willwood, William's 2" drop spindles and anti-sway bars as well. Interior seats, dash, carpet, headliner, and door cards are all in great shape and show how well-kept this vehicle was. Tachometer mounted to the steering column as well as gauge cluster installed under the dash. Great running and driving Chevrolet!
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