1956 Chevrolet 210 4 Door Wagon on 2040-cars
Black and white
Saint Marys, West Virginia, United States
Engine:rebuilt original 265 v 8
For Sale By:Private Seller
Exterior Color: Black and white
Number of Cylinders: v8
Model: Bel Air/150/210
Trim: Bel Air
Drive Type: Real Wheel
Sub Model: Wagon
Condition: UsedA vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections.Seller Notes:"BOUGHT OUT OF STORAGE ABOUT 8 YEARS AGO, COMPLETE EXCEPT FOR ORIGIONAL AIR CLEANER, CIGARETTE LIGHTER, RADIO AND CLOCK DELETE, HAS SOME RUST.BEING 55 YRS. OLD IT IS EXTREMELY SOLID."
1956 CHEVROLET 210 4 DOOR WAGON
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REBUILT ORIGIONAL 265 V8 W ZB CARB, RUNS GREAT, RADIATOR ND HEATER CORE CLEAD, GAS TANK CLEANED. ORIGIONAL CAST IRON POER GLIDE, RUNS AND SHIFTS EXCELLENT.
CAR WAS ORIGIONALY BOUGHT FROM HL CROSS CHEVROLET IN CAMBRIDGE, OHIO IN 1956, USED FOR A MOM AND POP TYPE STORE AS A DELIVERY VEHICLERETIRED AD PUT IN STORAGE IN 1962 WITH 78049 MILES. LAST SERVICE STICKER STILL ON DOOR POST: THE HARTLEY SERVICE STATION CAMBRIDGE, OHIO WITH 73121 MILES, DATED 5-14-62.
BOUGHT T OF TORAGE ABOUT 8 YRS. AGO, I BOUGHT NEW GRILL AND HOOD BIAR IS COMPLETE EXCEPT FOR ORIGIONAL AIR CLEANER CIGARETTE LIGHTER, RAO AND CLCK DELETE. NO POWER STEERING OR BRAKES, HAS LITTLE RUST TOWARD EAR OF ROCKER PAEL, HAVE ANEW ONE TO REPLACE, MINOR FENDER RUST ABOVE HEADLIGHTS. HAVE NEW PARTS TO REPAIR REAR TAILGATE, NEEDS REPAIRED AS DOES FRONT AND BACK BUMPER.
STILL HAS SCRATCHES ON LEFT SIDE,WHEN IT WAS DRIVEN THROUGH A BARBED WIRE FENCE.
BEING 55 + YRS. OLD IT IS EXTREMELY SOLID AS ONE CAN SEE WITH THE EXCEPTON OF THE REBUILT MOTOR. THE CAR IS EXACTY THE WAY IT WAS STORED 50 YRS. AGO
HAVE ORGIONAL WHEELS AND CAPS.
LOCATION: MARIETTA, OHIO
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
DON AT: 740-374-5038
GARY AT: 740-525-1516
CAR BEING SOLD AS IS, CAR AND TITLE DO NOT LEAVE UNTILL PAYMENT IN FULL CLEARS.
Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 for Sale
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