For sale in our Nashville, Tennessee show room is this custom 1948 Chevrolet Coupe that is not just built for good looks... This 1948 Chevrolet Coupe sports a custom streamline appearance with all the chrome and fine detailed touches you'd expect for a show car. However, don't let that fool you! This classic 1948 Chevy Coupe is one car that is meant to be driven. The drive train which was built for reliability, is made up of the venerable 350 CID small block Chevy mill and a 3-speed automatic transmission, you'll have plenty of power to have some fun and a motor that has withstood the test of time as a hot rodder's favorite! Park that boring daily driver and hop into something with style! The 48 Chevy body is unique from front to rear. The split front grill reaches out to the wide fenders that are partially integrated into the door. It is this attention to detail and design that really sets these classics apart from the modern cookie cutter potatoes that we commute to work in these days. The body is straight and is coated in a beautiful powder blue that has an excellent finish. Combine this classic color and aggressive stance of the ride, you have a look that is sure to grab some attention. The original style emblems and hood ornaments have been shaved, nosed, and decked. A nice gray fabric with color matched powder blue vinyl are wrapping the interior. There are subtle touches such as custom pin striping which works perfectly to accent the cars body lines. A $237.37 document fee will be added to the sales price. All purchases may be subject to any applicable tax, title, & licensing fees. For more information about this stunning Corvette please call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NSH/807/1948-Chevrolet-Coupe
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