This 1940 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Sedan is like turning back the clock. Any work within the last 80+ years has been about keeping an authentic style. So you'll love everything from the look of the long inline-six block to the feel of the thin steering wheel. It makes for a detail-oriented time-capsule classic.
The black paint comes from an older application with an aged-in maturity that some may mistake for a respected survivor. So while you can always use the value price to invest in .....
a piano black respray, it's hard to beat the look of a barn find kind of ripeness. And this also has the impression of decades of care from the straight body panels and doors that shut smoothly. Plus, the bumpers, deco grille, hood ornament, two-piece wheel trim, and all the other brightwork details look complete with just the right amount of aging to fit the car's theme. And while black and chrome represent the pre-WWII era nicely, we also bet you love the touch of red everywhere, from the hubcaps to the full-length pinstripe.
When you open the doors, there is an even more authentic and attractive presentation. The cloth seats have the right classic texture, but you can feel fresh simply because something from the 1940s could never still be this clean and comfortable. The same feeling of investment is in the headliner and door panels to make this a nice place to spend some time. It's fun to slip into the driver's seat because the large three-spoke steering wheel, sturdy column shifter, and full classic gauge package will transport you to a bygone era every time you take this Chevrolet for a drive.
Open the hood, and the honest feeling continues. Chevy's inline-six was the backbone of the company for decades, so it's great to see it correctly presented in the engine bay. But as you dig deeper, you start to see upgrades. For example, the 12-volt electrical system makes it a better driver without jeopardizing the vintage feel. The modern touring tires add the right amount of confidence to your drive. You'll love the classic feel of the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission as it gives you proper control over this classic powerplant.
This is the pre-war two-door sedan that has been kept as an authentic classic and a true cruiser. So if you love driving genuine classics, this 1940 Chevy should be at the top of your list. Call now!