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1955 Chevrolet 210 post
Car is a factory two door Bel Aire assembled
in the Oakland California Plant. It has been
in California its whole life. Professionally
built and fabricated by a West Coast Hot Rod
Shop. The owners personal street rod.
Everything on this car is top shelf no short
cuts. Car was stripped down to bare frame
blasted and coated with a Mercedes Benz Black
Undercoater. Car has no patch panels
absolutely no rust ever. Body is Lazer
straight finished in a Base Clear Pearl White
over Pearl Purple. Car has a 20k paint job.

An LS6 Big Block Crate Motor was chosen then
sent out to be printed and balanced. Large
open port rectangular heads, Crower cam, SS
rocker arms, fuel injected, torquer aluminum
intake, MSD ignition, pressure balanced oil
pump. This is a very stout street motor
putting out 500 plus HP. Transmission is a
Heavy Duty Turbo 400 with a TCI Transbrake
valve body with all the tricks to make it
live longer. B&M Pro stick linkage and
shifter. Rear Gear is a Chris Alston fab 9
fabricated sheet metal rear gear with Strange
35 spline traction lock posi and Dutchman
racing axels.

Auto Meter Pro Comp Gauges. Dual Optima
batteries for ultimate cranking. All wiring
is soldered and shrink wrapped. Mustang II
front with disk brakes. Everything is Tig
Welded when fabricated on a frame table. All
fuel lines are braided SS with AN fittings.
Large Aluminum Cross Flow Radiator with dual
fans automatic or manual switched including
an oil cooler.

All information was given to me by the
builder and verified by myself This car has
so many very subtle features which makes it
so unique. I have personally been Hot Rodding
for over 50 years now and I have never seen
one that I liked better...

No disappointments here! Car is in Michigan,
and the price is $63,400.