The Chevrolet Standard Six was introduced in 1933 as a more affordable option to the then famous Master Eagle series. When it first came out, the Standard Six range was the most affordable six-cylinder enclosed car on the market. The car was offered in three trims, Coach, Coupe, or Coupe with rumble seat. The most famous was undoubtedly the coupe, admired now for its timeless design and ability to be transformed into a legendary restomod. If you're into restomod culture, then there's no doubt that you appreciate the legacy behind these cars, especially this 1934 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery Coupe that has more than a few tricks up its sleeve. If you admire cars from the early Thirties and also have a serious addiction to power, you might want to check this one out. This sublime example is currently located in Connecticut with less than 1,500 miles on its brand new engine.
Unlike many Restomod examples seen today, this 1934 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery Coupe doesn't come with a radical Hot-Rod-inspired paint job. No, the car inherits a stealthy gloss-black paint that makes it look like it's a prop from a mafia movie. Every bit of polished chrome glistens as it did back in the Thirties, and just a few features like tilt wheel American Torque Thrust Wheels that are 5-inches wide at the front and 9-inches wide at the rear wrapped in DiamondBack Smooth-Side Custom Radial tires. Climbing into this piece of American history is a breeze, thanks to remote activated door poppers placed on both passenger doors, along with the rear hatch. The interior consists of mostly a light grey and neon blue leather cabin with a set of unique bucket seats, a neon blue dash panel, and a black 60's style Chevrolet steering wheel that tilts away for easier movement in the cabin. There are also power windows and a fire extinguisher installed, just in case. AC is installed as well to keep you cool.
As for the best part, firing up this 1934 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery Coupe brings life to a 350ci ZZ4 V8 GM engine producing an astonishing 345hp. This engine is also brand new, sporting only 1,423 miles on it. There's also a set of polished aluminum heads, roller rockers, a steel crankshaft, a 1978 Corvette narrowed rear end along with Corvette top and bottom Tubular "A" arms as well as a Ron Francis wiring harness. For braking, the car is equipped with disc brakes up front and the rears have been converted to disc as well via a GM set-up.
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