1957 Chevrolet 210 2-Door


Owner: Mike Lenci, Bellevue, WA 

Car was purchased in 1997 as a basket case. It sat for 3 months while I contemplated dropping the whole idea. I finally pulled off the body and went ahead. Originally I was going to do a simple stock restoration but found that there were so many missing parts that it would not be practical. So the Street Rod theme took over. Five years later the car was drivable. It has been in several car shows and has received it’s share of awards including “Class winner” and “Outstanding Interior” in “Street Machine” division  at the 2003 Seattle Roadster Show. Now that this car seems to be “finished” I want to move on to another. 


WA Plate:
  • BK2T50S (included in sale)
  • Type: 1994 Gen II LT-1 350 ci
  • Valve train: GM 1.6 roller rockers
  • Induction: Hi flow intake with NOS dry nitrous system
  • Ignition: MSD
  • Exhaust: Sanderson cast iron headers and custom pipes
  • Cooling: Griffin aluminum radiator
  • Transmission: GM 4L60E electronically controlled with O/D
  • Driveshaft: Inland Empire all aluminum
  • Rear axle: GM 10 bolt Posi-Traction, 3.23 ratio
  • Frame: RB’s front frame clip.
  • Front suspension: 1987 GM “A” body
  • Rear suspension: RB’s rear leaf spring kit, Air lifts, traction bar and sway bar
  • Brakes: “A” body front and rear disc. MP Brakes floor mounted cylinder and double diaphram booster.
  • Budnick billet.  16X8 rear. 16X7 front. Custom center caps.
  • B.F Goodrich. Front 215x60xR16. Rear 265x50xR16
  • Full English leather covered 1966 GM “hardback” buckets and interior panels. Console is  modified 1984 Camaro.
  • Air-conditioning. Power windows. Power door locks. Cruise control. Ididit steering column. Security system. Custom gauges. Billet trim by Jakes Fabrications. A/M-F/M/CD sound system.
  • Rain Gear electric wipers. Budnick billet steering wheel.
  • Safety belt and shoulder harness system.

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