We’ve seen a handful of these notable machines verified as being tested there, but the list seems to be expanding. Today’s example is the Butterscotch Pearl. The car, named Scorch (not our typo, not sure if intentional) because of its color scheme, was the culmination of eight years of labor “creating the frame, finishing the nut, Rotary kiln”. And it is being auctioned when the watch has only run 15 miles (24 km).

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The 210 is designed to be a show vehicle, not for everyday driving, and is powered by an unspecified 350ci engine mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission. For maximum impact, the car uses 18-inch Torq Thrust II wheels in the same color as the bodywork. The bodywork is decorated with polished, chrome-plated stainless steel and various emblems, hiding the original frame walker, only upgraded with a load-bearing swingarm, rear shock absorber and 4-wheel disc brakes.

Inside, the 210 also receives a similar level of attention, reflected in the dashboard, which has been painted to match the exterior and features Classic Instruments gauges, leather seats and a 15-inch styled steering wheel. original way of decades old cars. Chevy. The supplier describes the 1955 Chevrolet 210 Scotch as an award-winning vehicle. Among them are the Best Custom Tournament and the Central American Gold Cup at the 2021 World of Wheels in Omaha, where Dave Kindig has also signed. This one, like most other cars for sale in Scottsdale in January, is pre-booked. Unfortunately, there is no word on how much the owner wants to charge for it.

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