1956 Chevrolet 210 Handyman Wagon, 1998 Vortec 350 V8 Engine, Turbo 400 Automatic Transmission, Stock Rear End, a patina relic from the high desert climate of Las Cruces, New Mexico, this car has literally spent its entire life outside. While many claim to have discovered a “barn find,” that’s not the case here, as the perfectly relic’d exterior surrounds the beautiful power bucket seats, custom sewn, hand selected, Biscuit colored leather interior from Hides.com. The correct Daytona weave carpet covers the flooring, Suspension mods include modular front control arms, drop spindles with QA1 coil overs with anti-sway bar upfront, and lowering blocks in the rear giving the car just the right stance. Power disc brakes stop the car on a dime, and CPP quick ratio power steering box gives the car incredible handling. Vintage Air AC system, an Ididit tilt column, sport steering wheel, Lokar shifter and Cragar SS wheels with BF Goodrich tires both bring the car up to date as well as keeping that old school vibe. Just look at that old roof rack. Mostly new glass, some new chrome, most old, the car is a wonderful conversation piece and attracts a lot of attention.