1939 Chevrolet Master Sedan With its wind-swept design and classic good looks, the Chevrolet Coupe series has always been a rare and highly desirable line of cars. Not surprisingly, gear heads, customizers and all but 80 years\' worth of dedicated fans have elevated it to one of hot rodding\'s greatest cultural icons. Custom built, this 1939 Chevrolet Master street rod is truly masterful in every way. A very well-built piece in the grand old-school tradition, it maintains a stock appearance with just the right exterior touches to suggest there is more at work here than meets the eye. With a modern drivetrain, an all steel body, heat & AC, disc brakes all the way around and timeless Art Deco looks, you\'d be hard pressed to find a nicer car for the money. Exterior This Chevy\'s rounded sheet metal was expertly prepared for the car\'s 2017 highly polished Laser Red base coat, then clear coat finish, which is highlighted with all excellent chrome and brightwork. The curved V styled horizontal chrome ribbed front grille is flanked by large fender mounted bullet style headlights and is very representative of the design of this car. In these prewar years, fenders were still king with the running board attaching them, but they were beginning to integrate into the body shell. On the rear we see two horizontal rectangle tail lights that are frenched into the smooth lower roll pan. Small bullet style marker lights sit up high flanking the slowly diminishing and definitely bumper-less rear trunk area. Chromed bowtie exhaust tips are looking upward slightly from under the rear roll pan. Beautiful 15-inch polished Billet Specialties front wheels are wrapped by 205/60R15 front tires and more Billet Specialties wheels in the rear are wrapped by 235/60R15\'s. From its cloisonné shield style radiator badge grille to the snazzy chrome tips on the rear this car is a shining example of the 39 bowtie Master 85. Interior Wise Guys provides the front buckets, and these are shown nicely in tan leather bolsters, and khaki leather tuck and roll inserts. On the outer sides of these chairs are custom door panels also making use of the dark and light leather, and the billet cranks, knobs, and chrome window switches are within this tweed field. In back is a similar pattern and color and material covered factory bench seat stretching from side to side. Fronting what is a custom dash, is a tilt column topped with a rally style Grant steering wheel with a highly lacquered wood rim. Gracing the dash is a walnut burl panel that has a peppering of antique white face VDO gauges with black numbers and pointers. These gauges have gold bezels and are frenched into the panel. The remainder of the dash is painted Laser Red and the speaker grille in the center; another wood panel was added to house the modern AM/FM stereo. A 12 disc CD changer is also on board in the trunk. A Vintage Air unit has been added under the dash to provide year round climate control and on the floors, which have very nice tan carpeting, is a fire extinguisher and a small plastic console. Other creature comforts include electric wipers, a 3rd brake light and 3 point seat belts for the front seats. A shout out to the headliner which is finished in more khaki tan and hanging tightly above...Heads up! Drivetrain A 350ci big block Chevy V8 with Keith Black pistons and a 280 camshaft has a 4-barrel Holley 625cfm carburetor feeding it and SR Torquer heads with Crane roller rockers finish off the engine package. A 700R4 4-speed automatic is on back, along with a rebuilt in 2019 Lincoln 9-inch 3.50 Trac-Loc rear axle. MSD is in charge of lighting the fire and a flamed batwing air cleaner allows copious amounts of air into the mill. Undercarriage Looking underneath, we see an absolute and total restoration with jet black suspension, black steel for the floor pans and rockers, and a plethora of patina on several surfaces. A nice job under here. Mustang II provid
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