Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1941 Chevrolet Special Deluxe Town Sedan may be past its 80th birthday, but the authentic exterior, comfy cloth interior, and smooth motor all let you know that all those decades have come with the right respect and investments.
This is a great piece of American history. 1941 was the last full production year before the change to WWII manufacturing, and so this was for one of the lucky few that had a \"new\" car through the war. It instantly makes this two-door significant, and it wears its history with pride. So it looks distinct with the wave-like grille, nice chrome bumpers, and the full-length belt line trim that\'s straight and complete like an almost unbroken line. Even the wheels are a detailed package with white pinstriping. The trim tag tells us this was born an Admiral Green car. It has been updated to a lighter/cheery shade later in life, but it has aged correctly so that it will just make some people assume you have a barn find (we won\'t even charge you extra to keep your secret.)
The interior does a nice job of being comfortable without losing the barn find feeling. The multiple shades of tan all seem to be in harmony on the carpeting, door panels, dash, and cloth seats. True to this two-door sedan\'s name, there\'s a spacious setup with plenty of room on both rows of seats. The large rear side windows even still roll down. So it\'s easy to take along those who appreciate a proper pre-war classic. They really kept this looking classic, right down to the factory-style steering wheel and stylish symmetrical dash.
Chevy\'s inline-six was the backbone of the company for decades, so it\'s a welcomed sight under the hood. Famous for its durability and smoothness, you\'ll find that this is an easy car to love. The motor starts easily with a great six-cylinder easy-going tune from the single tailpipe. It feels smooth out on the road, and you\'ll love the control that the three-speed manual transmission gives you over this classic powerplant.
This is the pre-war sedan that knows how to be quite charismatic. There have been good investments over the decades to keep this feeling quite authentic, complete, and a true cruiser. But nothing has ever been overdone or too new to make sure this Chevy always feels like a proper classic. Call today!!!
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