If you're not a pre-war fan, you're really missing out on some cool cars. This very sleek 1936 Chevrolet 2-door sedan humpback is a very stylish product of the Art-Deco 1930s and offers plenty of interior room, a punchy V8 power plant, and unique paint that's as contemporary as it is traditional.
The engine is a stroked 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 that's dressed in lots of chrome and billet aluminum, from the air cleaner and valve covers. Fitted with an automatic transmission and power steering also helps with drivability. In all four corners it has brand new aluminum American Racing Torq Thrust wheels and tires. The sleek, rounded bodywork is original all steel and finished in a unique pale salmon color that is sure to stand out in any crowd. Fit and finish are good for a car that was built to drive, with great gaps and a tight-fitting hood. And while a lot of the trim was shaved or painted to match the body, the most interesting parts remain, including the tall, narrow grille, high-mounted taillights, as well as the cool side vents on the hood that totally make the car's look.
The interior is a bit more subtle with the tweed gray and two tone accent interior which is also a work of art in its own right. The dash has all new gauge clusters that accent the beauty of the vibrant paint and the A/C controls. A tilt column helps drivers of all sizes get comfortable. Nicely integrated into the door panels and headliner is the stereo, lighting and power window controls. The level of detail is simply incredible and it drives like a dream. First Place Winner of Numerous Shows & Events Overall across the east coast, this 1936 Chevrolet Sedan is a true investment grade shape and it's one of the most desirable classics that many don't come across in quite some time. This is a very robust build that's different enough to stand out and driven enough to be fully sorted. Who knew the '30s could be so fun?
|Listed Price||$32,500|| |
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