1933 Chevrolet Sedan
You see a lot of early Fords on the market but one look at this Chevrolet and you will forget about all those other ads. The all steel 1933 Chevrolet Sedan body is very straight and subtle features like the molded front visor give a custom touch that really set it apart at car shows. The only pieces of the car that aren't original 1933 Chevrolet steel are the running boards which have been replaced with fiberglass. Coated in a beautiful Champagne metallic the car has a .....
classy look that you just can't get with wild flames, etc. While that kind of paint may work well for some cars this one looks perfect the way it is. Chrome nicely accents the paint and features like the custom side panels really stand out. All of the windows are in good condition and have a nice tint. The exterior has been shaved so electric door poppers are in place to gain access to the interior. The car has an incredible stance and with air ride technologies air bags on the front suspension you can adjust the rake to your personal preference. Custom polished wheels are in place and utilize knock off style spinner center caps.
Powering the car is a 383 stroker that runs extremely well. If you have had any experience with these engines in the past you are well aware they offer plenty of horsepower. This one has been built up with aluminum heads, holley carburetor and flame thrower distributor in addition to being topped off with chrome/billet parts. The car has a great sound which is provided via the Edelbrock 304 dual exhaust and headers. To make driving a breeze a power rack and pinion steering system is in place along with power 4 wheel disc brakes. Backing the motor is a 700R4 automatic transmission that shifts smoothly and has overdrive which is great for highway driving. It transfers power back into the Corvette rear end and then to the wheels.
The interior of the car is just as nicely done in the rest and is complete in two tone bronze leather. Bucket seats are in place up front and utilize retractable lap belts. The dash is complete in a very nice combination of Champagne metallic and Wood grain which looks really sharp. White faced VDO gauges are in place and framed in gold bezels. A tilt column sits in front of the driver and is fitted with a Billet Specialties Banjo steering wheel and VDO tachometer. If power brakes and power steering wasn't enough luxury in your 1933 classic then the addition of power door locks, power windows, cruise control, Sony AM/FM/CD/XM satellite radio, CB radio, and AC with heater and defroster should do the trick.
The car really is a great driver and perfect for anyone looking to have that classic look with modern comfort.
Make it yours for $67,250.00!