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John's 210 Pro Street

1953 Chevy Model 210 Pro Street
53,700 original body miles
Body; Complete Frame off Restoration
Color; Corvette Metallic White/Yellow
Engine; 1971 Chevy 454 cu-in, 4 bolt main, 9-1 Comp Pistons, Lunati cam & lifter kit, 8-71 B D S Blower, 2 750 cfm AFB Carter carbs, Mallory Unilite ignition, Mallory electric fuel pump, 20 gallon fuel cell, Griffin radiator
Trans; T-400 with 3500 stall converter, cooler, 3 speed with Hurst shifter
Chassis; 9" Ford with 41 gears, tubbed 20", Competition Engineering Ladder Bars, Wheelie Bars and Frame, 90/10 front shocks with 50-50 rear shocks, Moser Alloy Axles, Front disc brakes and a 6 point roll cage!

In my years as a car buff I have owned, built and raced a few cars. I also enjoyed going to the "Big Boy" restaurants when "Car Hops" were around. Now I enjoy a different aspect of going cruising with my brother in law who has a 1970 SS-396 Chevelle.
Interesting Facts "Highlights"
I put a "3X2" carb set up on my 1968 SS-396 Chevelle from a 1968 "427" "3X2" that was date matched. This set up was unique for a Chevelle and proved to be a performer.
I did a "Ground-Up" 5 year project on a 1972 Chevy Vega Pro-Stock named "Jumping Jack Flash" which ran 8:50's @ 160 mph in a ¼ mile IHRA track.

Over the years, I have owned a 1962 Chevy Street Car with a 348 cu-in motor, A 1965 Pontiac Race/Street with a 389 cu-in Tri-Power, A 1967 Pontiac Street Car with a 400 cu-in motor, A 1969 Camaro Race/Street Z-28 with a 302 cu-in motor, A 1970 Chevy Nova SS Street car with a 396 cu-in motor, A 1972 Chevy Vega Race / Pro-Stock with a 400 cu-in motor, A 1968 Chevy Chevelle SS Street with a 396 cu-in motor and a 1953 Chevy Model 210 Blown Pro-Street with a 454 cu-in motor.


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