A classic drive feel without interruptions on a quiet Sunday drive makes for an experience you can't replicate. The American automotive scene in the 30s was filled with hope and growth, and the cars from that era reflected this well; finding an American motor from the 30s that is factory is a tough ask in a world full of custom builds. Looking to experience a true classic car experience with no interruptions? This 1937 Chevrolet MAster Deluxe 2-Door Town Sedan we present today is one way to go about it. With a reported 90,000 miles on the clock, this 30's beauty can be yours today!
You really can't replicate 30s automotive design; the curves and features would never last more than 10 mins in any design department of modern-day manufacturers. This 1937 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Town Sedan sports a black exterior that hugs every curve and design element. A step back, and one would note the exterior of this car is in great shape for its age; every exterior component is present and shines out. This American classic sits on a set of period-correct hubcaps that are reportedly wrapped with fresh whitewall tires. This 1937 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Town Sedan sports a tan interior and stays original with no tech and modern luxuries; you get an interior that focuses on enjoying a drive rather than being distracted. The current owner reports a factory interior and an original headliner to add to its authenticity.
Pop open the hood of this timeless 30s classic, and what you will find is not a blown-out American V8 pushing the limits of sanity but a rebuilt, Wayne, valve in-head 217ci Inline-6 motor with a single downdraft carburetor thumping away and ensuring that classic drive feel. To ensure this 80 year-old motor has what it takes to work smoothly, the current owner reports that the engine has been rebuilt, a recent oil change, and a new exhaust. Worried about stopping on time when on a Sunday cruise? Fear not, as the current owner reports new brakes in place. Power is sent to the car's rear wheels through a manual transmission that is reported to have been rebuilt to ensure smooth gear shifts.
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