Original 216 cubic inch engine completely rebuilt, less than 4,000 miles.

Converted to insert type engine bearings, aluminum timing gears, cylinder head has been reworked with hardened valves and valve seats to run regular unleaded gasoline. Electronic ignition, new radiator, new water pump, new radiator and heater hoses, auxiliary electric fan. Converted to 12 volt system with new chrome alternator; new clutch, pressure plate and throw-out bearing; Fenton headers and dual exhaust. All new brakes; new mechanical fuel pump and auxiliary electrical fuel pump.

New chrome bumpers and guards, 1955 Oldsmobile Fiesta spinner hubcaps, five new whitewall radial tires. 1951 Chevrolet power-glide rear end with 3.55 gear ratio. Will cruise at 65 mph

Original two-tone green paint with sun visor and fender skirts; also includes window mount air-conditioner.

Interior has been completely redone: seats, door panels, and headliner.

All stainless steel and chrome in good condition.

All glass in good condition with new rubber seals in front and rear windows. All factory gauges in working order along with functional original A.M. radio, original clock (not working)

Auto was featured on pages 12, 13, 14, of Standard Catalog of 1950s Chevrolet, by Krause Publications

I have owned the car 22 years and am the second owner. It was originally purchased in Brigham City, Utah, at Central Chevrolet in July, 1950. I have the original owner’s manual.

My reason for selling? I’m buying another car!


H. Jan Spradling