1932 Chevrolet Master Sedan Award winning All original Metal - no
rust anywhere. Will be glad to put on a lift for inspection. Four
Door with rear being Suicide as shown in pictures. Beautiful Paint
is two toned Dark Blue and Black with yellow high lighted pin
stripe, matches the beautiful wheels with white wall Sears tires.
Roof is in fantastic condition , All glass is perfect. All interior
is in excellent shape , includes pull down privacy shades. All
chrome is in very good condition. Includes rare clock built into
rear view mirror, Original Felix the Cat Dealer Badge still on dash
from when sold new. OEM - Chevrolet drivers Spotlight. Special
feature on the Master Sedan Model, the windshield rolls up 2 inches
for added comfort. Dual side mount spare tires adorn the front
fenders, footrest for rear seated passengers , Straight (Stove bolt
Six) 194ci 6-Cylinder engine ) with three speed manual shift
transmission . Starts and runs perfect . Electrical has been left
as original 6 volt. The fully lined Trunk with leather bindings has
been beautifully restored and is a very fine addition to the car.
Includes the original hand crank. Probably the finest example you
will ever see. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at
our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a
showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please
Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
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