- $31,995 Get Financing
- Two-Ten Series
- Blue and White
- Seller: StreetsideTampa
- Phone: 813-501-1630
This 1955 Chevrolet 210 Wagon is a terrific mix of authentic-level style with the right cruiser upgrades. It means you can get a two-tone Chevy with more distinction than a Tri-Five coupe, and it all costs you a lot less than its other 1955 siblings.
<br><br> The Glacier Blue and India Ivory two-tone paintwork represent the 1950s in a very elegant way. And we especially like the look of this one where it's quite complete, but it also has the right look of age and use. More specifically, it has the style of a well-respected family wagon. The kind that went on all the weekend road trips, but then got washed when it returned on Sunday evening. And of course, there's plenty of iconic style. It has all the great aircraft-inspired brightwork on the hood and running down the body. Plus, there are stylized chrome bumpers at both ends, wraparound rear side glass, and hubcaps with cool Chevy bow-ties around the parameter. But more than just classic style, you'll appreciate a cruiser that has quality in the details, like the pliable weather stripping and the way the doors close with confidence.
<br><br> The beautiful two-tone arrangement continues inside. We like the little details like the comfy cloth inserts in the seats and nicely finished door panels. This is made to be a true cruiser, and you can tell that especially from the front seat. There are fun classic details like the dual cowl dashboard and chrome ring steering wheel. But what you'll really appreciate are additions like the front seatbelts and auxiliary temp readout. The stock AM radio is still in the dash for a display, but your real driving music comes from an AM/FM/CD receiver with USB input that's been cleanly mounted under the dash. And since you'll be driving this more places, take notice of the split rear hatch that also makes this your perfect tailgate partying friend for every place you arrive.
<br><br> The engine bay is done right with a bold block, cool Corvette-script valve covers, and a driver-ready style. Plus, we like the arrangement they put together. You have a 283 cubic-inch V8 with a Rochester four-barrel carburetor on top. This kind of configuration was not available in 1955, but it eventually was part of the range-topping Bel Airs during the Tri-Five era. So this upgrades your power while keeping an eye on tradition. It makes for a solid cruiser. And power steering, power brakes, modern tires, and an upgrade to a three-speed automatic transmission only add to this driver-ready appeal.
<br><br> This is true vintage style with the right cruiser charm. If you love a distinctive and useful icon, call today!