I purchased my 1956 Chevrolet 210 sedan in April 1981 and sold it in November 1984. The car was originally from British Colombia, Canada and came to Ontario, Canada in the 1970's. British Columbia's kind weather to cars is what saved my 56 from the rust demon. The car was solid and original in all the usual rust spots for these cars. I did all the required mechanical work early on and then painted it white in 1982 and then added the red in 1983. I have always been an original accessory junkie with all my cars and this car was no exception. The car had a beautiful great running 235 in line six cylinder motor, so all I did there was rebuild the carb,do a compete tune up and all the detail work. The 56 came with a three speed stick on the tree and no power accessories. I drove and showed the 56 a lot and picked up a number of awards along the way. I decided in late 1984 that I wanted an original 57 Chev Bel Air hardtop, so I sold the 56 and bought a 57 shortly after. I have great memories of my 56 Chevy and yes I really do miss that gal. Cheers.