Just look at that shine from the inside out!

Vanguard Motor Sales is happy to announce this pristine two-tone 1956 Chevrolet 210 up for sale. The India Ivory with Twilight Turquoise color combination just hugs every curve and body line beautifully to accentuate the true shape of this classic. This example was treated to a complete body-off restoration. The original steel body is in excellent condition; what’s more, the interior, driveline, and paint job are all in show quality as well. It includes new body mounts and rubber weather stripping throughout. Take this beauty to a show and you’re bound to impress the crowds and likely bring home a trophy as well.

Two-Tone 1956 Chevrolet 210 Is A Stunning Throwback

All of the chrome, polished stainless steel, and polished aluminum on this 1956 Chevrolet 210 are like new. In addition to the impeccable exterior, the undercarriage is quite impressive as well. It has been detailed with chrome oil pans and covers, copped-clad brake and fuel lines, and transmission braid lines. The underside and frame are also finished in black to complete the look.

The blue interior perfectly complements the stunning white-and-blue exterior. The cabin is equipped with a new interior seat, door panels, roof, and carpeting. The original dashboard was enhanced with an updated dash cluster with gauges and a tachometer. Play your favorite beats via the retro radio and clear stereo system. Stay cool all summer long with the working air conditioner as well.

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This beauty is powered by a rebuilt 350 cubic-inch GM V8 engine mated to a 700R4 transmission. Other driveline features include a polished aluminum Edelbrock intake and carburetor, March Performance Style Track Serpentine all-inclusive kit, power steering, disc brakes, headers, a dual stainless exhaust, and MSD ignition.

The Chevrolet 210, also called the Two-Ten, or 210, was the mid-range model in Chevy’s lineup from 1953 to 1957. It earned its name by shortening the production series number (2100) by one digit in order to match the growing 1950s trend of numerical nomenclatures. The Chevrolet 210 replaced the Styleline DeLuxe model that was available in years prior. Production on the Two-Ten was halted after the 1957 model year; it was replaced by the Biscayne.