Acquired by the current owner in 2014, this 1956 Chevrolet 150 two-door sedan has been meticulously upgraded with a fuel-injected 350ci V8 engine, mated to a column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. Enhancements include Ridetech Shockwaves air springs, Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes, and American Racing Torq Thrust wheels. The exterior is a striking black and white, complemented by a coordinated interior. Noteworthy features include a Cerwin-Vega Bluetooth module, Hertz audio components, LED lighting, Vintage Air climate control, and front bucket seats. This 150 is offered with a clean Nevada title in the seller’s name.

The exterior boasts a black and white finish, with paintwork completed under the current ownership. Distinctive details include hooded headlights equipped with replacement LEDs, dual chrome mirrors, back-up lights, tinted glass, dual exhaust outlets, and a fuel filler cleverly concealed above the left taillight.

This classic rides on Ridetech Shockwaves air springs and American Racing 18″ Torq Thrust wheels, paired with Nitto Invo whitewall tires by Diamond Back Classics. Wilwood calipers, paired with cross-drilled and slotted rotors, provide superior braking at all four corners.

Inside, the front bucket seats and rear bench are upholstered in black with white inserts, extending the color scheme to the door panels. The center dash storage compartment houses a Cerwin-Vega Bluetooth module linked to Hertz audio components. Vintage Air climate control, a cueball-style shift knob, a one-piece TMI headliner with an LED dome light, and an analog clock are also installed.

The three-spoke steering wheel fronts an aftermarket instrument cluster featuring a 120-mph speedometer and auxiliary readouts. An 8k-rpm tachometer is mounted atop the dashboard. The five-digit odometer reads 44 miles, with approximately 3k miles added under current ownership. The total mileage is unknown.

The 350ci V8, installed in 2018, boasts fuel injection, an Edelbrock intake manifold, and MSD ignition.

Power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a three-speed manual transmission, though the overdrive function is currently inoperative.