Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1937 Chevrolet Master Deluxe sedan has been given the right investments to be a sharp-looking two-tone classic. And what might just be the most impressive is how it remains faithful to the vintage presentation while also still being quite a solid driver.
The two-tone green and black is the right kind of color combo for a 1930s machine, but the application is far fresher. There is beautiful shine to let you know this is a carefully restored car that made sure to radiate quality. In fact, this gloss really helps to show off the straightness of the sheet metal, and the kind of gaps that let all four doors open and close with ease. Shine is at the center of this car's appeal with well-presented original-style brightwork. The bumpers look redone, the waterfall grille is clean/complete, the mascot crisply leads the way, and attention was even paid to the door handle and other little trim pieces. The wheels are an especially well-done presentation with color-matched wheels, detailed hub caps, and bright wide whitewalls.
When you open the door, the tan cloth interior has that classic button-top mohair style. But recent investments mean this feels far fresher than anything from the 1930s. So there are going to be plenty of family and friends who will want to go for a ride in the spacious rear seat. This has a great vintage motoring atmosphere - from the feeling of the big steering wheel, to the action of the shifter, to the look of the factory gauge panel. It's well-detailed with the right little details, like the rear grab handles and the AM radio that's still there for display. So it's exactly what you want when looking for a time-machine level of a distinct classic.
Under the hood is Chevy's 216 cubic-inch inline-six. You can tell there has been attention here to turn back the clock with a stock look, right down to the oil bath air cleaner with AC tag. But the investments here were also about keeping this classic a strong runner. The whole motor was likely rebuilt, and you can also spot fresher items, including the rebuilt radiator. The quality restoration means the inline motor retains its inherent smoothness. Plus, an easy clutch, smooth-shifting three-speed, and easy brakes make for a good driver.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the classic Chevy that was restored so that you can still enjoy the road today. So if you love driving your classics, and having all eyes on you, call today!
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