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73hiboy
    
How rare is a 1933 Chevy Master (Eagle)?
I would like to know how many were built and any other info that anyone might have.What I have seen so far,,the word Rare,seems to come up.
posted: February 18, 2008
 
    
 
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teamchevy
    
Do you know the body type? I might be able to give you more information for a specific type. As a whole, there was a little over 450,000 Chevy Master Eagle's produced in 1933. However, the body type is a 4 door Phanetom 5 passenger - there was only 543 produced.
posted:  February 19, 2008
   
 
dman
    
I knew their were quite a few made but I didnt know that many! What model type or body style is your 33?
posted:  February 19, 2008
   
 
novaransch
    
The car itself is very hard to find, in any condition.Chevy wood frame bodys and all. The standard production was less than the eagle,Source a collector threw old cars weekly in 1975.His estamation was 210 or less of the standard.Eagle had a complete nickle plating on the grill standard was half painted, The hood louvers wre nickle plated on the eagle ,standard painted.Radiator cap was an eagle.Standard nickle with a thin ridge that matched the crank hole cover.Two horns on eagle one on standard.This is 4 door information, I dont know on the 2 door or coupes 1Mine was two tone green .The starter button was under the gas peddle on the standard as well. Good luck on your ride wish I had kept mine. Is it rare? ya. I have seen about 15 4 doors for sale in the last 10 years .
sources: Old cars weekly 1975,a collector provided info from my inquirey.
posted:  March 7, 2008
   
 
jesfixit
    
Yes the model is important I have done some research since I recently received a 1933 3 window sport coupe rumble seat EAGLE from my mom in the family 50+ years. I have learned at least for the 3 window coupe that there is a difference in a EAGLE and a MASTER. The Eagle model was produced only until end of FEB. 33 that is when the standard was introduced and the Eagle with minor changes was re introduced as a Master. So far the only way I have found to tell the difference is that the window channel at the vent is absent on the eagle, the master has the stationary channel the Eagle does not. My ? is how many 3 window sport coupe rumble seat Eagle cars were made? Mine is job 33-578 body f 58 trim 25 paint 132 body tag # found on pas floor board 1ca122278
sources: chevorlet web site for id tag de codeing
posted:  June 25, 2008
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33rodster
    
www.autogallery.org.ru/chev1933.htm site reads that the 2-5 passenger sport coupe(rumble seat) 26,691 were built. That is total of all eagle and master. I can write this that your car serial number reads that the car was built december of 1933(12). The first number before the C is the build location, first two numbers after the CA is the build month and the production numbers start from 1001. Unless you forgot the zero after the CA. C is for 1933 and the A is for a master.
posted:  December 6, 2010
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