It’s always exciting when an antique car shows up at the door. This American classic is absolutely no exception. There’s a buzz in the office about this original Chevy car donation to benefit Car Talk station KNAU.
At first glance, the 210 and Bel Air might be confused. Both were created to satisfy the public’s craving for luxury over economy. The Bel Air was Chevy’s top of the line model, followed by the mid-range 210. The main difference was trim and drive train which you might find in either model as some were standard for the top tier and optional for the mid-range. The 210 always offered the same luxury options as the Bel Air.
This Chevy 210 has had one owner for the majority of its life. It appears to be an older restoration and driven as a daily driver. Exterior body appears rust free. The interior is in superb condition for the year and the drive train is an all original V8 three on the tree! This wagon is in need of minor repairs: a new battery and a few wires required to be ready for the road. All maintenance records are with the vehicle. It has just 42,750 miles and was assembled in the Janesville, WI plant.
This is a perfect restoration vehicle for any Chevrolet admirer and is worth taking the time to check out. See detailed photos and condition information, or place a bid at eBay http://is.gd/76nF33.
We’ve been getting lots of attention for this classic, including a post from the folks at r/Wagon. Take a look at http://reddit.com/r/wagon/38azef for more information.
Lisa Crowell, News Desk
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