4610 Pet Lane
This 1940 Chevrolet Master five-window coupe is an all-steel build with sleek paint, an upgraded interior, a cruiser-ready suspension, and proper V8 power. It makes for a total package classic that's ready to run right now.
Burgundy paint is always a perfect fit for a pre-war classic that has been upgraded. After all, just like the sheet metal, it has an earned sophistication and a hint of boldness. That's especially true when you have one with such a sharp gloss and shine like this one. We especially like how the luster highlights the gentle curves of the fenders and trunk. More than just desirable paint, you can also tell this has been given all the right investments and care because the doors close with confidence, the weather-stripping is pliable, the hood/trunk line up nicely, and the glass is clear. You'll also love the brightwork package. The classic pieces such as bumpers and full-length trim have a nice brilliance. Plus, added pieces like the wide dual exhaust tips and American racing Torq Thrust wheels add more shine while also hinting at an upgraded driver.
The buckskin tan interior has that same kind of added sophistication as the exterior burgundy, so it makes for a great pairing inside and out. The seats are finished in supple ultraleather and they have a plushness for exceptional comfort. The door panels, headliner, sun visors, shift boot, and carpet piping have all been done to match for a stylish and uniform presentation. There are nice updates, like a heater and modern stereo with USB input. And the wood-rimmed steering wheel and Lokar floor shifter give you a great driver feeling.
The engine bay looks quite stylish with the polish on the finned valve covers and matching air grabber. And this pre-war Chevy has the best in post-war power with 350 cubic-inch small block. The V8 has been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and shorty headers feeding the Flowmaster dual exhaust. It also has the right supporting components, like good belts, clean hoses, and an aluminum radiator. It's easy to hit the road in this upgraded Chevy thanks to the TH400 three-speed automatic transmission, upgraded Mustang II-style independent front end, and front disc brakes.
This Chevy is stylish inside and out. So if you love the unmistakable look of a quality cruiser, you know this coupe is irresistible. Call today!!!
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