The 1931 Chevrolet Series AE Independence Was A Larger, Heavier Car.
Frame was Stronger, and body Was Roomier And More Stylish Than Ever.
Mechanical Modifications To The 1931 Chevrolet Series AE Independence Included A New Vibration Damper, A Stouter Engine Block Stiffened By The Addition Of Integral Ribs, A More Durable Clutch, And Worm-and-Sector Steering To Replace The Outmoded Worm-and-Gear Design. Wire Wheels Were Now Furnished With All Models. DeLuxe Models Came With A Smart Chrome-Plated Wire Mesh Radiator Guard.
Great Running Inline 6 Cylinder Engine 3 Speed Manual Transmission Front And Rear Bumpers Dual Sidemounts Pedestal Mirrors Dual Taillamps Rear Luggage Rack Rumble Seat (Mother-In-Law Seat) Turn Signals Swing Out Windshield
Gorgeous Paint In Green/Brown With A Tint Of Burgundy Combination With Ivory Accent At Upper Body Tan Convertible Top Tan Seat Interior Including Rumble Seat Whitewall Tires On Spoke Wheels
Super Clean Chassis That Retains All Of It''s Grease Fittings, Solid Panels With Super Nice Floors, Not Many Of These Classic Chevy''s Around Anymore.
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Worldwide Enclosed Door To Door Transportation Along With Long Term And Low Rate Financing Available
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