Street rod motoring is all about distinction, and it's hard to do
better than this. A genuine steel-bodied example of a 1937
Chevrolet Master Deluxe business coupe built with a slick
paintwork, a powerful V8, and a comfortable A/C interior. It's
everything you want in one very cool package.
The black paint is deep and rich, which makes it great in the
sunlight or moonlight. Plus, it's a terrific backdrop for the
accent color. The red grille is a traditional hot-rodding look that
does a great job of establishing a secondary color that's carried
over the rest of the car on the custom red and white pinstriping.
Even the wheels and tires fall into this red and white theme. It
all comes together in the rear with an artful custom design.
Brightwork is only reserved for the details on this custom build
like the stylish chrome bumper forks, two-piece wheel trim, door
handles, trunk latch, and the classic '37 Chevy hood ornament.
The red and black theme continues on the inside, and this stylish
setup is used for custom luxury. The single bench seat is what a
proper business coupe should have, but now it's upgraded with
supple leather and comfortable bolstering. The door panels and
steering wheel grip continue this red theme, and even the exterior
pinstriping returns on the dash. So you get the feeling of a very
uniform and thoughtful build. You'll enjoy the comfort of modern
features like R134a air conditioning, power windows, and a Kenwood
AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with Bluetooth, USB, and Kicker speakers. And
more than just a coddler, you'll enjoy this is as a driver's
machine as your right hand grabs the Lokar shifter and gaze over
the full Classic Instruments gauge panel.
You'll love raising both sides of the butterfly hood at car shows.
And it's not only because this looks good, but also the V8 inside
has also been dressed to impress. With nearly every major component
polished, a mirrored firewall, and those bright red horns filling
the engine bay, you're guaranteed to grab attention. This is a 350
cubic-inch crate V8 where they added all the right upgrades for
performance and comfort. It includes a Holley four-barrel
carburetor, MSD ignition, billet pulleys, an electric fan, and
ceramic-coated shorty headers that feed the rumbling Flowmaster
dual exhaust. And it wasn't just the engine bay that was upgraded.
As you look at the undercarriage, you'll spot the Mustang II-style
independent front suspension, upgraded rear leaf springs, and front
disc brakes. Add in power steering, a TH350 three-speed automatic
transmission, and newer whitewall tires, and this one is ready to
cruise right now!
Complete with build receipts, owner's manual, and multiple original
Chevy manuals, this street machine feels like the kind of cut-above
construction that comes from a labor of love. So you know this is
one special machine that won't stay long in our showroom. Call