1933 Chevrolet Eagle / Approx 59,000 miles
Everything on the car works.
All lights work
Turn signals have been added
All instruments work (as all old speedometers do, this one registers slower than you are actually going. 40MPH on the speedo is actually almost 50MPH, etc.)
Steering has some play but car comes with a “new” steering box that can be installed and has almost no play at all.
Maroon paint is new, 4 tires are 10 years old with just a few hundred miles on them, spare is brand new. Upholstery was recently installed.
Comes with original owner’s manual and reproduction shop manual.
Inspection sticker and registration are current.
I have a clear Texas title on the car, in my name.
Cash Price $18,500
Anywhere you drive this car you will be swarmed by gawkers. People love this thing. I am selling it because it’s too small for me and my grandkids and I cannot put seat belts in it without drilling into the frame.
Will consider trades, up or down for a very nice late 40s/early 50s car that can carry 5 people safely, quickie and reliably.
THE CAR WAS BUILT THE MONTH PROHIBITION ENDED IN THE UNITED SATES AND THE YEAR CHEVROLET INTRODUCED THE EAGLE MODEL, A LOWER STREAMLINED CAR INTRODUCED IN MID-SEASON. THIS 110 INCH WHEELBASE WAS POWERED BY THE "STOVEBOLT SIX,” AN ENGINE THAT WOULD HAVE A LONG LIFE WITH CHEVY INTO THE FIFTIES*. THIS STOVEBOLT WAS A 206 CID WITH 65 HP. ALSO FEATURED WITH THE EAGLE WAS THE "" STARTERATOR " AUTOMATIC STARTER, THE NEW " NO DRAFT " VENTILATION, SLIGHTLY SLOPED RADIATOR AND WINDSHIELD, AIR VENT ON THE COWL, VENTILATION LOUVERS ON HOOD SIDES, AND DEEPER SKIRTED FENDERS. A DOUBLE DROPPED CHASSIS LOWERED THE HEIGHT BY THREE INCHES. PRODUCTION OF CHEVYS THIS YEAR WENT UP 55 PERCENT FOR A TOTAL OF 486,261 UNITS. NOT BAD FOR A DEPRESSION YEAR. THIS EAGLE HAD A LOT TO OFFER A BUYER FOR JUST OVER FIVE HUNDRED BUCKS. 1933 WAS THE LAST YEAR FOR THE EAGLE MODEL; REPLACED BY THE CHEVY MASTER IN 1934.