This beefed up 210 is from an iconic era.
Owned by the the current owner for 35 years, this 1957 Chevrolet 210 2 door Post Sedan will hit you right in the Hollywood memories of Tony Danza's movie car in Hollywood Knights. There's a whole lot more going on with this Tri-Five than meets the eye, and a lot of time, effort, and money were put into the build - the perfect trifecta for a well-built car. It's currently up for grabs from Corvette Mike Midwest, and it's definitely worth checking out.
The exterior is coated in a eye-catching yellow paint with professional pinstripping accents. It rolls on brilliant chrome 15-inch Cragar SS wheels, that are wrapped in BFG raised letter TAs with 215R/65/15 on the front and 235R/60/15 rear.
Inside this 210, you'll find a black interior with custom touches, like Autometer gauges, period correct bucket seats, custom dash, radio, column mounted Autometer tach, and Hurst 4-speed shifter.
Powering the yellow Tri-Five is a 400 cubic-inch, bored 0.030 over to 406 cubic-inches, and it makes 375-horspower. The engine is equipped with Pete Jackson timing gears, and is backed by a Muncie M-21 4 speed manual transmission.
Inside the engine bay, atop the engine, are performance upgrades that add to the clean engine compartment, like chrome valve covers and air cleaner, a aluminum 360 intake, a Holley double pumper built by the Carburetor Shop, with competition heads, breathing through Hedman hot jet coated headers, and Flowmaster triple chambered mufflers. The drivetrain feeds in to a 3:73 positraction rear end with traction bars, and gets stopping power from front disc brakes with rear drums.
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