1956 Chevrolet 210 Post Sedan
350 4bbl. V8 - Mild Performance Build, .550 Roller Cam, Aluminum Intake, 4bbl. Carb, Mallory Unilite Distributor
700R4 Automatic Overdrive Transmission
4.11 Eaton Positrac Differential
Vintage Air Conditioning & Heat
Power Front Disc Brakes & Vacuum Pump
Chromed Tilt Steering Column
Dakota Digital Dash Gauge Cluster
Be Cool Radiator & Electric Fan
Custom Dual Exhaust & Custom Made Chromed Headers
Cragar S/S Wheels w New Cooper Whitewall Radials @ 205/75R14s
PPG Base/Clearcoat Paint - One Year Old
Custom Low Rise Cowl Hood
Custom Interior - Vinyl & Cloth
Electric Windshield Wipers
New Gas Tank
This '56 Chevy has had a host of work performed mechanically to give it plenty of extra power along with amenities. The exterior was restored in classic PPG black base/clear coat (one year old). Under the hood is a mild performance built 350 roller-cam V8 paired with a 700R4 Automatic Overdrive transmission. A stout 4.11-geared Eaton posi-trac equipped differential transfers the power to the rear wheels. A small-diameter chromed booster / polished master power front disc brake setup has been installed. The firewall, inner fenders, and core support display original sheet metal throughout. Ceramic-coated headers breath through the custom dual exhaust system (sounds excellent, see video). A Be Cool Aluminum radiator / electric fan combo takes care of the temperature.
The paint is approximately one year old, finished in PPG base/clear coat. The paint is in
fair condition throughout. There are some minor imperfections. The bright work shows well front to back. This is by the rear window. We have replaced the clear backup light lenses since we took the original photos. The dash has been updated with a Dakota Digital gauge cluster. A polished tilt steering column has also been installed. A B&M automatic floor shift has been installed along with the 700R4 automatic overdrive transmission. This '56 Chevy is also equipped with vintage air conditioning and heat.
The upholstery has been custom done in vinyl & cloth. The fuel tank was recently replaced. The undercarriage appears overall solid throughout. The bracing, flooring and framework looks to be in good condition.