This 1951 Chevrolet Deluxe is the ideal mixture of period-correct presentation and all the right upgrades. That's how you get a cruiser style on the outside but upgrades like a comfy suspension and proper V8 power.
This two-door sedan makes a great first impression, and that's because of all the details. The windshield sun visor, side rain guards, swan hood ornament, amber fog lights, curb feelers, blue-dot taillights, bright dual-exhaust tips, and cross-bar hubcaps are pure vintage .....
cruiser fun. The green paint has a cool style with the right aged-in look. It's not perfect, but the full pinstriping package really set it apart to make this feel like it's a street machine that earned its cred back in the day. And there's just something special about a 1950s machine with clean and complete chrome.
More of the vintage and upgraded style continues inside. The two-tone on the seats is a great classic look, and the door panels and carpeting are done to coordinate. The art deco dash, two-piece windshield, and steering wheel all add to this vintage atmosphere. But there are also the right additions, including provisions for air conditioning (it will need servicing to function again.) Plus, the B&M shifter auxiliary gauge trio and Moon tach are all there to let you know this is a better driver's car.
The engine bay has been upgraded with a 350 cubic-inch crate V8. It has the right pieces, like a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, Holley finned valve covers, and a full dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. It's a hardy setup that's just a tune-up away from being an all-weekend cruiser. In fact, you know it was built to be a true driver's classic with features like the upgraded A-arm front suspension. Add in the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes, and it makes for a great classic cruiser.
We love this style of Chevy for the fastback appearance, and this example was maximized for driver fun. So don't miss this custom classic. Call now!