VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
Since Chevrolet dropped the Phaeton body in 1935 - American plants - Few 1936's were built at the Chevrolet South American plants. 1936 brought major styling changes to the Chevrolet Motor Division. The radiator cap was hidden under the hood, the fenders were more rounded and added was a waterfall grille. Steel spoke wheels were standard and wire wheels were optional. The frame was changed from an X design to a lighter and stronger box-girder design. The wheels were 17" and gone were the numerous small gauges set into the instrument panel and new were two larger tan-colored instrument clusters that included the basic information for engine operation. This beautiful automobile has been fully restored, with fine cream-colored paint finishes and contrasting black fenders and running boards. The soft top is tan and excellent condition. The leather interior is supple and clean, as are the door and floor panels. Everything on the car functions properly and, from top to bottom, it's obvious that this Phaeton has been well-cared for and enjoyed properly for many years. It's a sporty yet classic Chevrolet in gorgeous condition; one that is sure to both attract attention from collectors and continue to provide a quality motoring experience to the next caretaker. Only a handful exist today, this is truly a rare special Chevrolet. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for more vehicle information.
Tan Soft Top
6 Cylinder Engine
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