1955 Chevy Two-Door Post 210 (Pro Street)

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Engine: 454 Big Block is believed to be from a donor car built early in the production run of these legendary Chevy performance motors.  Interested buyers are welcome to inspect the engine numbers to make their own determination.

Transmission: Saginaw 4-speed manual

Paint: Repainted with factory GM colors (Glacier Blue/India Ivory)


  • Fiberglass tilt front end
  • Stock 55 Chevy front end
  • Dana 60 rear end with 373 gears
  • Ladder bar with coil over suspension
  • 750 Edelbrock carburetor
  • MSD electronic ignition
  • Trunk mounted battery
  • Aluminum radiator
  • Fuel cell
  • Headers and dual exhaust
  • Dual master cylinder
  • 5 Star aluminum rims
  • Front tires – 205 x 15, rear tires 31 x 18.0 x R15
  • Air Conditioning
  • Classic Instrument electronic dash gauges
  • Aftermarket radio
  • Other modern parts were sourced in the Build to make this pickup a reliable driver.

Here’s the classic Chevy everyone wants to have – the ’55 with a Ferrari-inspired front grille.  It is the first of the Tri-Five years and the most coveted one. This is a two-door 210 model with a few splashes of Bel Air-like chrome added, for some extra bling.  Although it’s set up as a Pro-Street machine for quick trips down the quarter mile, it is completely streetable.   It can be driven anywhere.   In the comfort of air conditioning, the owner has taken it on day trips, where it cruises on the interstate easily at highway speeds.

This Bowtie is looking for a new caretaker who likes to “grab some gears” or just wants to draw a crowd at car shows when the tilt front end is lifted.

Sale Price: $35,000

Location:  Farmville, VA

For more information:  Call Jimmy or Faith at (434) 390-0033 or (434) 414-2217