Marketed as an economical model, the Chevy Sedan Delivery was part of the 150 lineup and was produced until 1957. Unlike the typical four-door Chevy 150 that it was inspired from, the Sedan Delivery trim was marketed towards businesses, the Police, state governments, and other services that required a fleet of tough, workmanlike vehicles. In short, this was the ultimate handyman wagon. Featured here for sale is a reportedly 100% built and restored, early edition, 1952 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery 383 Stroker, and it is up for sale in Montana with just 2,500 miles after the build.
As you are about to find out, this vehicle has had quite a few upgrades since its restoration. Starting with the exterior of this 1952 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery 383 Stroker, we are able to observe a stunning Satin Black paint job that seems to be in sublime condition, supposedly because the vehicle is reported to have been stored indoors since its restoration. Upfront is a set of Frenched headlights, coupled with a 1949 Olds grille and bumper, as well as a 1950s Olds windshield. You will also find a set of shaved door handles, and a 1955 Chevy rear bumper that has intentionally been fitted upside down! The reportedly street-legal car sits on a set of blacked-out alloys that hides four-wheel disc brakes. The interior is where things start to get really interesting. Like a symphony of classic charm and modern sophistication, with a custom interior that has been professionally upholstered, this early 50s Chevy comes with air-conditioning and power windows, keyless entry with dead battery emergency open, a TCI Mustang II clip with airbags, 2000 Tacoma belts, a hands-free Bluetooth stereo system and USB drive, EZ wiring, a Lokar shifter, and Optima battery with kill circuit.
Powering this enthusiast-owned 1952 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery 383 Stroker is, of course, its rebuilt 383ci Stroker Crate V8 engine that’s had just over 2,000 miles since the rebuild. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 350 Turbo automatic transmission with shift kit, and a 3.47 ratio Sonama rear end.
Car Location: Montana 1952 Chevy Sedan Delivery Reported to be street legal 100% complete build and restoration reported Some photos are available from the time of the build Reported to always have been stored in doors since the restoration 383ci stroker V8 engine 350 Turbo w/ shit kit 2000 reported miles on rebuilt motor 4 wheel disc brakes Chopped 3" Frenched headlights Shaved door handles 1950 Olds windshield 1949 Olds grill and bumper 1955 Chevy rear bumper - turned upside down TCI Mustang II clip w/ air bags EZ wiring 2000 Sonoma rear end 3:47 ratio Air conditioning Power windows Keyless entry w/ dead battery emergency open Lokar shifter Hands free bluetooth stereo system 2000 Tacoma belts Custom interior professionally re-upholstered Optima battery w/ kill circuit USB drive included in sale containing videos and operational guidelines Extra fabric, bolts, parts, and documentation will be included in the sale Current owner previously used the 52 Chevy as a promotional car for the family restaurant - all graphics are reported to be removed Enthusiast owned