Wrapping a modern LS2/4-speed drivetrain in striking red and white aesthetics, this slick 210 draws big crowds and big compliments. And if you’re one of the many enthusiasts looking for a fun classic that’s unrelentingly cool, it’s your ticket to car guy nirvana! The beneficiary of a ground-up restoration that’s aged exceptionally well, this low-slung drop-top wears a striking combination of red and white 2-stage that walks the fine line between classy Chevy cruisers and legendary Chevy muscle cars. At the front of its well-maintained panels, a heavy grille hangs bullet-style marker lamps between a mirrored bumper, ornate Chevrolet badging and modern tri-bar headlights. Behind that grille, a stainless-trimmed hood props a swept ornament in front of chrome-trimmed glass that’s capped by bright white canvas. At the sides of that hood, a voluptuous profile founds polished rocker guards beneath small mirrors, guarded door handles and traditional Bel Air banners. And at the back of that profile, a second mirrored bumper anchors factory guards between polished exhaust tips, LED taillights and more ornate badging that’s upfitted with a small camera. Lift the domed hood and you’ll find a potent GM Gen IV LS2 V8. Behind that 400 horsepower mill, a tough 700R4 4-speed makes excellent use of a dressed driveshaft, which twists a chrome-capped 10-bolt axle. That modern, road-ready drivetrain precedes a modern Art Morrison chassis. Turns come courtesy of power rack-and-pinion steering. Solid stops occur when red Corvette calipers squeeze four vented rotors. And all that proven hardware rolls on American Racing Torq Thrust IIs and Nitto NT555 Extreme ZR redlines. As it sits, this dynamic drop-top offers the best of both worlds: a solid cruiser, and a unique classic that sets itself apart from virtual acres of brightly colored pony cars and overwrought land yachts. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!
Price in USD: 119900
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