This 1957 Chevrolet 210 sedan underwent a complete restoration way back in 1999, but after receiving a fresh General Motors crate engine and transmission, the flame-adorned classic cruiser is ready to go to a new home.
Currently for sale at Pleasanton, California based dealership Speciality Sales Classics, this ’57 Chevrolet 210 requires absolutely zero work from its new owner. The new Chevrolet ZZ4 350 cu, in. V8 crate engine and 700R4 transmission have accumulated just 500 miles since they were installed, making this a “like-new classic with years of enjoyment in its future,” according to the dealer. The 350 V8 and four-speed automatic transmission send power to the rear wheels through a Ford nine-inch rear end.
Inside, the Chevrolet 210 gets an aftermarket steering column and steering wheel, a B&M gear shift lever, new bench seats and an aftermarket tachometer. The suspension is mostly stock, but the dealer promises the coupe provides an “excellent ride quality and performance at highway speeds.”
Other highlights of this turn-key classic include an alarm system, new wheels and tires, a custom aluminum radiator, custom rear pinstripe detailing and the impossible to miss flame exterior paintwork.
While a 1957 Chevrolet 210 like this isn’t the rarest classic by any means, this would be a reliable and easy to maintain vintage ride for those looking to get into the hobby. The best part of this well-kept Chevy, though, is the price. At just $29,990, this is a relatively affordable classic considering it requires no work whatsoever from the new owner. It may not be very original, but that just means the new owner can enjoy it and rack up the miles without having to worry about diminishing its value.
Check out the listing for this ’57 Chevy at this link and feel free to let us know if you think it’s worth the asking price in the comments below.