Cars

1932 Chevrolet CONFEDERATE
$17,900
SELLER INFORMATION

American Classic Cars
2282 Arrow Hwy
La Verne, CA
909-596-5700

Message Seller

MILEAGE
8937

YEAR
1932

ENGINE
66

LOCATION
La Verne, CA

STOCK
T-1285

FULL SPECS

Year 1932
Mileage 8937
Engine 66
Doors --
Transmission Other I6
Make Chevrolet
Model Other

Other 1932

Title Status Clear
Exterior Color Tan
Interior Color Brown

DESCRIPTION

1932 CHEVROLET SERIES BA CONFEDERATE DeLUXE 2-DOOR SEDAN This highly original 1932 Chevrolet Series BA Confederate (or Chevrolet Confederate) is an American vehicle manufactured by Chevrolet in 1932 to replace the 1931 Series AE Independence. Retaining all factory components, with exception to tan color repaint, wooden gage surround, newer leather seating, door panels, headliner and carpet flooring. All glass is pristine, all chrome glistens as does the exterior paint. Newer battery. Sale includes rare manuals and extra parts. Total production of all Chevrolets in 1932 was 313,395 as the Great Depression continued, but was still sufficient for Chevrolet to retain first place in the American car sales table. The Series BA carried over much from the Series AE and the main external differences were the sloping of the windshield and the removal of the external visor above. On either side of the hood the previous louvers were replaced by opening vents, finished in a distinctive chrome on DeLuxe models It remained powered by the Stovebolt Six 194 cu in (3,180 cc) six-cylinder engine, but now upgraded with a downdraft carburetor and a higher compression ratio to produce 60 hp (45 kW). A three-speed synchro-mesh transmission was fitted and a Free Wheeling mode was standard, which permitted the car to coast when the driver's foot was lifted from the accelerator. The electrical system was 6V Positive ground, dual front (referred to as Town and Country) horns and a passenger side brake and parking light were options that could have been added on at either the dealership or factory. Turn signal systems had not yet been implemented, the generator used a Cut-out relay which only used 1 wire for its generating system. Voltage regulators weren't implemented until 1935. ***If you are viewing this on Facebook Marketplace, be sure go to our website to view all photos. (www.amclassiccars.com)*** GIVE US A CALL @ 909-596-5700 WITH ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE. OUR BUSINESS HOURS: MONDAY-FRIDAY 9AM-5PM

CONTACT SELLER





Buyer Resources

View All

Lightstream

Finance your car.

Financing options

Allstate Insurance

Only Allstate gives you a check every six months you’re accident free.

Quote Now!

Thrifty Auto Shipping

Need to ship it?

Get Shipping Estimates

SpareFoot

Need to ship it?

Quote Now!