1931 saw Chevrolet debut the Chevrolet Series AE Independence, to replace the 1930 Series AD Universal. Available as a two-door roadster, two-door coupe, four-door sedan and four-door tourer, this model was also produced in the United Kingdom under license by Bedford Vehicles, as the Bedford W-Series, and enjoyed an eight-year production run there. In fact, the 1931 Chevrolet AE Independence was produced in no less than nine assembly plants across the United States, as well as the aforementioned Bedford plant in the UK plus in Canada, Japan, South Africa, Argentina and Belgium, a testament to the popularity and versatility of the model. If this kind of vehicle is your pick, we’ve got a nice 1931 Chevrolet AE Independence up for grabs here from Nevada with a healthy 96,107 miles behind it. The owner reports that it runs and drives nice, which is a bonus. Cars like this can be considered investments too, as their value and desirability will only go up in time.
Whilst the 1931 Chevrolet Series AE Independence didn’t see any major styling changes over the 1930 Series AD Universal, the wheelbase saw a lengthening of two inches, as well as a curved tie-bar connecting the headlamps which this 1931 Chevrolet AE Independence showcases. Draped in a very nice maroon-over-black paintjob which is reportedly in excellent shape, it also wears new chrome work that glistens beautifully in the sun. The wire wheels have been painted to match the body, and the tires are said to be like new. Climb aboard this 1931 Chevrolet AE Independence and you are greeted by a tan and black interior color scheme with a plush bench seat and thin-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel. The interior looks to be in great condition. A further bonus is that all dials are reported to work which can be hard to find on vehicles of this vintage unless they’ve been meticulously maintained.
This 1931 Chevrolet AE Independence is motivated by the ‘Stovebolt Six’ 194ci (3.2L) overhead-valve in-line six cylinder engine that put out 50hp and enabled a top speed of over 80mph, figures that were very decent for the 1930s. Drive is sent to the rear wheels via a manual transmission.
Car Location: Nevada AE Independence Paint in Excellent Shape Interior In Great Condition Chrome is like new Runs and Drives nice All dials work Tires like new Maroon over black Exterior Finish Painted to match wheels
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