1956 Chevrolet Handyman 2 Door Wagon Hot Wheels Car

This amazing one of a kind Chevy has quite a pedigree. She has won multiple regional awards, has a trunk load of trophies from cars shows around the Southland, been in too many magazines to list and is a Mequiars Wax sponsored car. However, her highest honor was having a Hot Wheels Red-Line car made from it! The PPG Red-Line Hot Wheels for this car are some of the rarest from the last 10 years (only 3,000 made) and often sell for $85 on-line. And that is just for starters…this car has had many of the right gearheads in Southern California build it. With just 6,491 miles on the odometer since the completion of this amazing build it is barely broken in.

Get invited by the Grand National Roadster show, Cruisin for a Cure, Good Guys, Danchuck Tri-5s and all of the local shows you have time for without having to try! Sure, you could trailer it there and insure that it is super clean when you get there, but this car is very streetable and most of the fun is in the getting there.

Here are just some of the craftsmen involved with this awesome build:

  • Flames and Pinstripping by Jimmy C
  • Fabrication, Paint (PPG Medium Saphire) and Assembly by Randy Ward of Rod Benders
  • Bodywork by Custom Auto Body
  • Sound System by Boston Acoustic
  • A/C and all of the little details by John Mutch of Savi Ranch Auto
  • Interior done by Mission Viejo Auto Interiors “Louie”
  • Transmission built by Carl at Lake Forest Transmissions

 Magazines she has been in or featured in:

  • Car and Driver
  • Street Rodder
  • Good Guys
  • Drive
  • Rider Review
  • Powerblock

Notable Awards and Recognition:

  • Winner of the PPG Hot Wheels Spectraflame 2008 “Paint Your Ride” contest at SEMA beating out 11 other amazing finalists.
  • Barry Meguiar’s top 100 Cars in USA
  • Sponsored by Mequiars Car Care Product
  • John Force Best of Show
  • Ed Big Daddy’s Rat Fink Best Custom

Engine Goodies:

  • Block: 496 Cubes (454 Stroker) cranking out 600 HP and 650 ft/lbs of torque on dyno
  • Steel Stroker Crank
  • Roller rockers
  • Blower Pistons
  • Custom ground Engle Cam
  • High Performance HP Chevy Heads
  • 174 Low Profile Roots Type Weiand Blower
  • 800 CFM Edlebrock Carburetor
  • Street and Performance serpentine belt system
  • Ceramic coated headers
  • MSD Ignition
  • Smoothed firewall

Suspension and Brakes

  • Ford 9” rear end with 3.50 Gears
  • 700 R4 4 Speed Automatic Transmission
  • 4 Wheel disc brakes
  • Air ride suspension

Price recently lowered, customer is motivated to sell. Trade plus cash offers welcome. I reserve the right to end/cancel this advertisement for any reason due to it is being advertised locally. Car is being sold as-is. Car is available for inspection 6 days a week. Please contact So Cal Classic Car Storage to schedule an appointment to inspect it.

Year

1956

Engine

496

Transmission

700 R4 4 Speed Automatic Transmission

Body Type

2 Door Station Wagon

Make

Chevrolet

Model

210 Handyman Wagon

Exterior Color

Blue

Interior Color

Grey

Options

Ford 9” rear end with 3.50 Gears

Warranty

None

Miles

6,491

Title

Clear

For Sale By

Private Seller

Price

$69,500