Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
It's hard to find an authentic-style 1937 Chevrolet Master Town Sedan like this. These were often turned into hot rods in the post-war era, and so a true classic with a true cruiser style is quite alluring.
You can instantly see that someone has gone to great care to keep this in its period-correct style. The black paint is the factory-correct color, and it was given a respray later in life. Today it retains a good gloss while still having the right aged-in look that will get people assuming it's a well-kept original (we won't tell the secret if you won't.) This attractive nostalgic appearance is aided by the quality of the all-steel body with quality panel gaps and lines. And all the brightwork that makes these such a star is still in place and complete in all places such as the chrome bumpers, waterfall grille, and classic hood ornament. It's all finished off with the proper whitewall tires and color-matched wheels with detailed hub caps.
The interior might just be your favorite part of the car. It retains a true classic style, but it has been restored to be a fresh and inviting cruiser. For example, the seats have the classic button-top mohair appearance, but it's really a clean and complete velour. And the modern floor mats are protecting fresh but vintage loop carpeting. Driving this one is like a time capsule with the feeling of the big steering wheel and the action of the tall shifter. And the little details, like the way the front bucket seats hug you a little better and the modern ignition switch, are just subtle ways to make this feel like an even better driver.
Under the hood is Chevy's 216 cubic-inch inline-six. You can tell there has been attention here to turn back the clock with a stock look, right down to the oil bath air cleaner. But being vintage doesn't mean missing out on care, and the way this one runs strong reaffirms that it has been given the right respect. You have full control over the robust motor with the three-speed manual transmission. And the upgrade to front disc brakes is a stealthy way to make this true classic a more confident all-around driver.
Complete with the service manual, this is the vintage car for enthusiasts who love a Sunday drive. So when a pre-war classic like this is up for grabs, you know you need to act quickly to get it home. Call today!!!
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