1938 Chevrolet Sedan
If you are in search of your next street rod look no further. This 38 Chevy screams potential and has a lot invested in it already putting it ahead of your standard project. We also hate to even call it a project because as it sits it would make an awesome rat rod. However, if you decide to take it further a lot of the work has already been done. Old steel bodys like this are tough to find especially in such good shape. A large part of the body has been prepped and .....
primered but what hasn't been primered has a nice layer of patina. A lot of the original trim is still in place and looking good. The body has been modified with a 1 1/2 chop of the front pillers and the roof tilted forward for a clean side profile. The front bumper has also been custom made to split around the grill and sit closer to the body. The original headlight buckets are fitted with sealed beam lights and in back are the original taillights that have been converted to LED. With the 4 corner air ride suspension system the stance of the car is fully adjustable but it looks really good dropped to the ground with the Bonneville salt flat tires tucked under the fenders. These American Racing wheels suit the car perfectly and it has 18" rims in front and 20" in the back.
Open up with 4 piece hood and you will reveal a nicely built 350 V8 that is ready to go. The car starts up, runs, and drives well. The motor utilizes an Edelbrock 600 cfm carburetor, aluminum AC condensor, aluminum radiator, a Weiand manifold, finned valve covers and headers into dual exhaust. It is paired with a 700R4 transmission that leads back to a 10 bolt rear end. In addition to the air ride system it has ladder bars and a Mustang II style Fatman front suspension. All of the brakes have been converted to disc and are power. It also has power steering which sets it up to be a very comfortable driver. The gas tank is a 18 gallon poly tank with the chrome filler cap located on the passenger rear fender. It is really set up nicely and is sure to deliver a lot of fun memories cruising down the road.
The interior features the original dash but has been modified with Gray faced Classic Instrument gauges. In front of the driver sits a tilt column topped off with a 40 Ford steering wheel. Underdash AC vents were used and the AC/Heat system works well. Later model adjustable bucket seats have been added for the driver/passenger and are done in Black. Other very nice features include the Lokar floor shifter, power windows, and a hidden stereo system. The air ride tanks are mounted in the trunk area which also houses an assortment of parts that come with the car.
This cool classic is really neat as is but it also a great starting point should you want to take it further.
It could be yours for $19,250.00!