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This 1931 Chevrolet Phaeton has that ideal look of a cool classic that captures the jazz age. With a vibrant two-tone, terrific details, and a sporty roofline, this is a rarity that knows how to turn heads.
The phaeton body style has a thin roofline opening up the car even with the top in place. That gives this American classic a very European feel. And there's added distinction with the paint. It has the dark kind of colors that's popular with this era, but the theme is far from drab. It's a two-tone purple and gray. They both unleash a great metallic glow when the sunshine hits them. So this classic always looks distinctive no matter how you choose to drive it. Plus, there's just something special about having a Chevrolet. The phaeton body was a rarity from Ford during this era, but there were less than 900 believed to be produced by Chevy in 1931. So just imagine how many remain 90 years later! And this one has not only survived, but it has also thrived. That's why you have great details like bright chrome bumpers, a mesh grille cover, wire wheels, whitewall tires, dual spare wheels in the fenders, and the eagle hood ornament leading the way.
The tan interior looks great against the dark exterior. And it's done in durable and supple leather. So it is quite inviting in the two spacious rows of seating. It has all the best classic car feelings with the large three-spoke steering wheel, tall shifter, and essential gauges. There are even a few nicely integrated upgrades, like front seatbelts and turn signals.
Chevrolet's now-famous "Stovebolt" six was new on the scene, and it was a hit at providing six cylinders when most of the mainstreams were only offering four. It was a smooth-running 194 cubic-inch motor when new, and this 1931-correct block has been well maintained to keep that tradition going. This includes a new valve job, a cleaned fuel tank, a new electric fuel pump, and a new battery. The three-speed manual transmission puts you in control of a true classic that feels truly nostalgic going down the road.
Rarity, style, and open-top fun all come together on this sharp Chevy phaeton. So if you love the best kind of attention when you're out for a drive, you need to call today!
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