Acquired by its present custodian in 2002, this 1957 Chevrolet 210 Handyman two-door station wagon underwent a comprehensive refurbishment and modification from 2005 to 2008. The bodywork was meticulously refinished in a striking blue hue, complemented by new blue and gray cloth upholstery. Under the hood, a robust 350ci V8 engine is coupled with a three-speed Turbo 400 automatic transmission. Enhancements include an Edelbrock carburetor, 14-inch slotted wheels, power-assisted drum brakes, lustrous trim, an aluminum radiator, headers, dual exhaust, a Hurst Indy shifter, and a retro-style radio. This customized 210 Handyman is now available on dealer consignment without reserve, accompanied by a clean Colorado title.

The repainting process, completed in 2008, included replacing the windows and adorning the car in a vibrant blue. Noteworthy features are the twin wind splits, hooded headlights, dual exhaust outlets, a driver-side mirror, a cleverly concealed fuel filler above the left taillight, and chrome bumpers and trim. Paint flaking is observed on the tailgate and the roof.

Slotted 14-inch wheels are shod with 195/75 Ironman RB-12 tires, reportedly replaced in 2021. The braking system comprises power-assisted drums at all four corners. The front suspension, allegedly sourced from a 1978 Monte Carlo, incorporates coil springs and an anti-roll bar, while leaf springs are fitted at the rear.

The interior showcases two rows of bench seating upholstered in blue cloth with gray accents, a motif echoed on the door panels and side trim. Additional interior features include blue carpeting, gray carpeted floor mats, lap belts, an “eight ball” Hurst Indy shifter, a retro-style head unit, aftermarket speakers, a dome light, and a heater.

A black Grant steering wheel fronts a 120-mph speedometer, a fuel-level gauge, and an aftermarket tachometer. Below the body-color dash, a trio of auxiliary gauges display oil pressure, water temperature, and amperage. The five-digit odometer shows approximately 1,600 miles, reflecting the distance accrued since the refurbishment’s completion. True mileage remains unknown. The tachometer and temperature gauge are inoperative.

The 350ci V8 is purportedly a crate engine installed in 2008, featuring an Edelbrock carburetor, chrome valve covers, a chrome air-cleaner cover, an aluminum radiator, and exhaust headers.

Power is delivered to the rear wheels via a three-speed Turbo 400 automatic transmission. The rear end and fuel tank were reportedly replaced during the refurbishment. Corrosion is noted on underbody components.