Well yesterday I brought home the newest edition to the family. A 1956 Chevy 210 Hardtop, not the Belair. These cars are quite a bit more rare compared to the the Belair Hardtops. 18,xxx 210 hardtops compared to the 128,xxx Belair hardtops. I have yet to see another one in person, or one built into a gasser on the Internet. I don't have a total history on the car, however I do know it spent some time as a show car. It had a ton of extra chrome such as the backing plates, radiator support, the hood latch, and etc., driveline was painted blue as well as the gas tank. This leads me to believe this is why the car is as solid as a rock. My intentions with the car are to make it as period correct for 1960's drag racing as I possibly can while maintaining the streetability. At the moment the car has a stock 350 with a 3 speed manual and stock 56 chevy rearend. It runs and drives but has some issues that could be worked out. All of that will change soon anyways. It's sitting on usa aluminum slot mags front and rear with N50s on the rear. The rear quarters have been radiused and flared, but not overdone. The car is in primer at the moment so it gives it a little bit of a two lane blacktop vibe. Anyways I'll keep updating this as changes are made, however that may not be too frequently as I'm still only 18 and with college coming, cash and time will be tight, but things will be done the right way. I'll post the few pictures I have at the moment and try and take some more to post tomorrow. Hope to hear what you all have to say!