800 Derita Road, Ste. A
With hot-looking paint, a cool A/C interior, and upgraded V8 power, this 1941 Chevrolet Custom Deluxe is quite a well-done street rod.
This Chevy has a great appearance with long fenders and a desirable coupe profile. And we especially love the look of the forward-leaning B-pillars that add to the sporty presentation. It makes for one of the most sought-after styles for a custom machine, and that's why this one already has received plenty of the right upgrades. The magenta paint is a vivid color, and the metallic element in this one loves to radiate in the sunshine. There's also shine from all the brightwork. You have factory pieces like the big grille, bumpers, and the full trim on the hood's top and sides. This is joined by street machine upgrades, like the headlight overhangs, roof-mounted side mirrors and big dual exhaust tips. A coupe like this is in-demand, and so the price can leave room in your budget anywhere you want to give a show-stopping upgrade. But really, this one is already an impressive build with a well-planned style, right down to the bright 15-inch wheels that draw added attention to the forward-leaning stance.
The tweed interior continues this car's thoughtful style. For example, the red part of the wave harmonizes with the exterior color without making it too vibrant inside. There are more custom touches everywhere from the blue inserts in the seats to the pinstriping on the dash. An upgraded classic like this was meant to be an easy cruiser. So the driver gets all the right pieces, including a Grant GT sports steering wheel, tilt column, upgraded speedometer, and an auxiliary gauge trio. There's even cold-blowing air conditioning to keep you comfortable.
A custom like this needs a proper V8. That's why this has been upgraded to a 350 cubic-inch small block topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. It even has nice supporting pieces, like finned valve covers, newer plug wires, and an electric fan. Underneath, you'll notice the upgraded independent front suspension. This combines with the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front to create a total package that's easy to enjoy.
Bright, distinct, custom, and desirable right down to its core - this pre-war Chevy coupe has a terrific total attitude that you need to get in your garage. Call now!
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