213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Distinct, custom, and an all-around attention-grabbing presence - that's what attracted you to this 1947 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery. But when you check out the powerful V8, well-done A/C interior, and quality details, you'll soon realize this is a cool and coordinated classic that already has everything you want.
We love the '47 models because they were some of the last from the big fender era. So they have a style where you can invest a ton in custom work, and there's still an underlying vintage appeal. That applies here with a unique two-tone presentation. Copper and black is a timeless color combo that will look attractive from even across a show field. But the true distinction is for those who get up close. The black has a hint of red metallic flake that looks great in the sunshine. And the whole two-tone is divided by a custom green and silver pinstripe package that has beautiful ghost flames. There's plenty of classic chrome with the bumpers, grille trim, and hood ornament. And this is joined by the upgraded polished alloys that give this upgraded Chevy a terrific stance. The overall style remains impressive, but you won't be afraid to drive it. That's how a vehicle like this is supposed to be. These are great from everything from surf wagons to a rolling billboard for your business. After all, that big door in the back opens wide so that it can swallow a ton more cargo than some midsize crossover that you'd be buying for the same money.
So by now we bet you've looked at some of the pics of that big and secure cargo area. It's fully carpeted and the sides are custom upholstered, so it's the perfect place for everything from precious cargo to a terrific tailgater. But you don't have to have a functional need to enjoy this Chevy. The driver's area has been custom outfitted to be comfortable and stylish. It starts with bucket seats finished in supple leather. It's all part of the dark attractive package that's continued on the carpeting, dash, and custom door panels. There's a custom with a sport steering wheel on a tilt column, an AM/FM/CD stereo, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.
The engine bay has a quality look where the dark inner walls funnel your attention to the 350 cubic-inch V8 in the middle. This is built with the right power upgrades, like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and headers feeding the dual exhaust. You'll also spot some quality addition like the aluminum radiator, newer compressor, newer alternator, and newer motor mounts. And as you look at the undercarriage photos, you're going to spot an upgraded independent front suspension. It combines with power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a three-speed automatic transmission to deliver an easy all-around cruising experience.
This is a classic that will look just as good in your garage as it would in front of your business. So we know there are plenty of people who want it just like you. That's why you shouldn't delay, call today!
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