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Year:  1957
Make:  Chevy 210
How long did it take to build? Two and a half
years.
Who helped (friends): Built by Performance
Car Craft of Alabaster, AL
Previous rides:  55 Chevy w/ 383 stroker Air
Bags, custom Interior
Engine:  A Chevy 454 big block was
shoehorned into the engine bay. Engine
modifications include an independent throttle
body fuel injection by Imagine Injection.  The
transmission is a 700R4 automatic.
Suspension:  The frame has been completely
gone over and Ridetech supplied a complete
air ride system, spindles, shocks, springs up
front, and the rear includes a Ridetech 4 link
setup. Ride height is controlled by a Ridetch
self leveling control system.
Paint:  is a high gloss PPG base and clear coat
black.
Interior:  The dash was modified to include
Dakota Digital gauges behind a Billet
Specialties steering wheel. I custom console is
home to a Lokar shifter.  The late model bucket
seats were covered in gray leather as well as
the full length center console fabricated for the
car.  The upholstery work was done by J. Payne
Interiors of Warrior, AL
Tires/wheels:  Boyd Coddington wheels 17X9 in
the front and 18X10 in the rear are mounted on
Nitto 555 tires.
Photos provided by Jack Adpix