The Chevy 210 was the brand’s middle trim level, in between the base 150 and the more luxurious BelAir. I guess the supply of BelAir hardtops must be running low because Dan Duffy of Marietta, GA started with a pillared two-door 210 and proudly named the bright metallic orange result “two ten” (I think it will be a while before we see any postwar four door car competing for the Ridler – anti-four door bias still runs strong in the custom community). Tom Manner was responsible for the design and fabrication, while Thunder Valley Customs, of White, GA did the final body prep and paint. M&M Hot Rods, of Holly Pond, AL provided the interior. A 450 HP LS3 provides the motive force.
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