614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1946 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery is a sleek custom build that updates everything you want. That means a vibrant modern color, custom A/C interior, an upgraded suspension, and plenty of V8 power.
More than just a cool custom, this Chevy has history. 1946 was the first year the Sedan Delivery returned after WWII. And while that makes this commercial vehicle an integral part of our great economic boom time, it's days of industrial duty are long gone. It now has a terrific custom look that includes frenched headlights, sport mirrors, shaved door handles, expertly eliminated trim, and taillights integrated into the rear pan design. The modern maroon has a terrific clearcoat shine, and so they made sure it covers every inch, including the grille. Plus, the long front fenders that extend through the door line are a hallmark piece that now get even more attention thanks to the modern luster. But because this is a true classic American, there is some brightwork. It's now reserved for the polished 18-inch Centerline wheels.
The remote door poppers are there for access to any door. And while that action is impressive, it's just the beginning. That's because they've invested to make sure the interior was both modern and comfy. It starts with bucket seats that have plenty of bolstering and an armrest center console in-between. They even power adjust to your ideal position. So you already know this is all-day comfortable. You'll slip behind a Lecarra sport steering wheel and gaze at a full set of upgraded Beede gauges integrated into the classic dash. Plus, you get other great modern features like cup holders, an overhead console, provisions for power windows, and cruise control. The stereo is now an upgraded Kenwood AM/FM touchscreen infotainment unit with connections for everything from Bluetooth to your iPod. There's even R134a air conditioning to keep you cool while looking cool in this Chevy. It's an overall presentation that is both always ready to show off and comfortable for hitting the road. The same goes for the rear, where the fully carpeted cargo area is ready for everything from hauling home trophies to loading up tailgating gear.
The engine bay could win awards all on its own. There has been special attention paid to keeping the fender walls and firewall smooth so that you get a clean and clear view of this V8. And while you'll love the shine on the components like the valve covers, alternator, and air topper, you'll also enjoy the details like how the block matches the painted engine bay. What you'll also love is that this stout Chevy 350 cubic-inch powerplant has upgraded performance with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, performance intake, and headers that feed a rumbling dual exhaust. Plus, it has the right supporting components, like MSD distributor, electric fan, and steel-braided hoses. So you can see that this was meant to be both powerful and good for all-around driving. In fact, you have more upgrades like a smooth-shifting three-speed automatic transmission and Mustang II-style independent front suspension to make this a truly nice cruiser. You even have power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the modern grip of Falken tires.
Complete with build receipts, this is the full custom that has a huge practical side. So if you love to use your classics, this one is ready to show off everywhere. Call today!!!
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