Lot #352 - This 1955 Chevrolet 210 customized 2-door sedan was fabricated by Rich Davis at the Shoe Box Shop. Professional frame-off restoration, this vehicle was completely rebuilt in such a way as to retain the basic external characteristics of a 54-year-old classic and yet have all the modern features of a 21st-century sport coupe. Features include a high performance computer controlled Fuel Injected engine, 4-speed automatic transmission, power disc brakes, power steering, power windows, power antenna, tilt steering column, air conditioning, a premium CD sound system which includes 10 hidden speakers and 3 amps and luxury gray leather and tweed interior created by the legendary Gabes Interior in Bloomington. Custom conversions include a custom crossflow radiator, custom fan shroud, balanced and blueprinted 350cid Z/28 engine, TPI injection system, billet pulleys, serpentine belt, custom chrome valve covers, chrome GM alternator, custom black powdercoated brackets, custom HPC coated headers, custom polished billet overflow tank, custom chrome wiper motor, custom chrome brake booster, brake proportioning valve, polished air conditioning compressor, custom polished air conditioning dryer, vented front disc brakes, custom powdercoated frame and underside, Boyd 17" forged aluminum wheels, custom HPC coated exhaust system with Flowmasters, 12-bolt posi-traction rear end, Moser forged axles, custom powdercoated gas tank, custom upholstered trunk, second battery mounted in trunk, concealed kill switch and hand-rubbed lacquer exterior paint in Roman Red with Iridescent Red and orange flames. All Chevy Magazine in January '95.