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1957 Chrysler 210 for sale by Owner - Dunwoody, Georgia

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FOR SALE: 1957 Chevy 210 Post Sedan $24,000 OBO $24,000 USD OBO
Dunwoody, GA

Good afternoon all! I am selling my 1957 Chevy 210 Post Sedan. Asking $24,000 OBO. Located in Dunwoody GA. If interested, please call 703-638-2072. Ask for Steve.
-Walk around video:
*All of the fluid drips in the driveway are due to my '67 F100. '57 Chevy is sealed up pretty well. *
-Frame off restoration in 2011. Car has been driven 2,000 miles since restoration initially wrapped. Used as grocery getter.
-Georgia State issued VIN. OEM VIN remoted prior to vehicles purchase. All variants of chassis number were run by Dunwoody PD, all came back clean. Car will sell with a 2 inch folder with all receipts from build, paint chips and fabric samples for the current interior. Car has been registered and on the road since 2013.
-Rust free chassis
-Sheet metal replacement: floor pan, trunk pan, outer quarter panels, inner fins, and rear roll pan.
-Professionally painted by Express Auto Body in Alpharetta GA.
-Original steel bumpers (stripped, rattle can painted, not chrome)
-Freshly rebuilt LS 6.0 from 2004 Silverado, manual throttle, ram air intake pulled from behind drivers side headlight. Engine was pulled down to rotating assembly, inspected and rebuilt with all Felpro gaskets and MLS head gaskets. 383 used for initial restoration decided to drop a piston.
-Rack & Pinion steering. Steering is a bit odd since engine swap. I assume PS lines are reversed.
-Monster transmission 700R4 rated to 650 lb ft tq. Car currently drives just fine around town. Please take note. This transmission has been a problem child for 8 years and should be reviewed by a professional.
-3.08 rear end with posi traction, 8.50" gear set. Rear end is coded for a 74 Nova, this swap was completed before I purchased the vehicle.
-Sway bars front and rear
-Custom driveshaft from Denny's Driveshaft
-4 wheel disc brake, drilled and slotted
-Dual 2.5” exhaust with H-pipe
-Custom gauge cluster for oil pressure, volts, and clock
-RainGear windshield wiper system
-OEM style seat covers from
-All grass with exception of rear new.
-2 sets of keys
-Original Jack
Full size spare (sized to match rear tire diameter as not not harm the posi if spare is needed on rear)
-Battery relocated to trunk. Battery is a 7-year-old Optima redtop. Cold starts are perfect. Hot starts have been slow for both the LS and 383.
-Heating system: Due to the size of the HEI from the 383, a ¾ inch recess was welded into the firewall to allow HEI and spark plug wire routing. This caused the passenger compartment upper and lower heater housings to not install. With the LS swap, I have removed this recess but have not installed these components.
-Painless performance wiring kit
-Small amount of rust has developed under drivers rear glass. This has received Eastwood rust convertor. Typical paint/rust bubbles at door lower corners.
-MB Quart stereo: 980 watt RMS amp, MB Quart rear 3-way 6x9speakers, front pair of 6” 2-way MB Quart speakers. Head unit currently not working...gets power, unresponsive.


  • Price$24,000 USD
  • Odometer2000
  • Body Style2DR Sedan

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Original Price$24,000
Listed Price$24,000

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