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Take a look at this beautiful 1937 Chevy Master Coupe Kustom brought to you by Caruso Classic Cars. This perfectly restyled Chevy is a one of a kind build with extensive custom features designed to not only look good but also provide a smooth, comfortable and reliable drive. This car was featured in Rodders Journal issue #53 and many other Custom and Hot Rod magazines. The build of the car was completed in 2007 and features the following: Under the hood is a 1964 401 Dual quad Buick Nailhead engine with nicely done chrome accents and 20k miles since rebuild 700R4 Automatic transmission coupled with a 9 inch Ford rear with 4-link and sleeve air ride suspension. Heidts Mustang II front end with bagged air ride suspension. Manual steering. Power brakes with large rotor discs in front and drums in rear. Color of the car is 1970 Mercedes Dark Red done with 2-stage acrylic urethane paint completed in 2010. Paint is in overall excellent condition with only a few minor blemishes. Color compliments the well done Maroon/Bone Naugahyde interior custom fitted with tuck and roll panels by Paul Letourneau of Acushnet, MA. The trunk was also fully upholstered with similar details and holds the state of the art stereo/12 CD system. All of the door jambs and garnish moldings are beautifully finished. Custom built features include 3 inch chop and shaved body by Dave Paras of Paras Rod & Custom 1938 Chevy headlights and doghouse mounts lowered 2-1/2 inch Hood side louvers flipped and lowered 2-1/2 inch Hood top made into one piece, peaked and shaved, with custom designed hinges 1941 Studebaker taillights frenched Recessed license plate Foxcraft fender skirts Custom Bumper brackets, tucked in closer to body 1937 Chevy smoothed bumpers 1953 Olds gauge cluster in modified 1937 Chevy dash 1951 Chevy Butterfly steering wheel with custom column Steel wheels with 1947 Cadillac Sombrero hubcaps 6.70-15 Forestone Coker white wall bias-ply front tires and P195/75R-15 Coker Classic radial rear tires Air Ride Tech controls Vintage Air heat and A/C cleverly hidden in the restored Chevy heater box to keep the stock look of the interior Power windows with controls integrated into stock dash buttons. Custom hidden tow hitch Secondary driver door release button located under car (pictured) Some of the Awards/Features for the car include 2011 Good Guys Kustom of the Year Finalist 2011 Street Rodder final Top 10 of the Top 100 Pick Rodder Journal Issue #53 Feature and back cover Kustoms Illustrated Issue #23 Feature Street Rodder June 2007 Garage Scene Feature Disclosures: The CD changer is currently not working and will need to be repaired. The stereo system works fine however. The car has a few minor chips and blemishes that can also be repaired easily. There are also a few paint bubbles on the top of the passenger door (hardly noticeable) and on the top of the roof (pictured). This is your chance to own a truly unique and well built taildragging Custom Car with perfect Art-Deco looks of the 1940s and many modern features to make for the perfect driving experience. This 1937 Custom Chevy is a real head turner where ever it goes. You'll be thrilled to drive, show and own this beautiful car! Owner has complete documentation and pictures from the start of the build to it's completion which can be shared upon request. For more information or to arrange a viewing please call Jeff at (617)800-6737 or Nick at (774)289-5814