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For Sale: 1936 Chevrolet Street Rod in Redmond, Washington

$25,900
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Vehicle Description

1936 Chevy Street Rod

*SALE PENDING*

This All Steel 1936 Chevy 2 door sedan is painted in a beautiful Kandy's Brandywine and pearlescent burgundy combination. We have enjoyed the car for 17 years, most of it's life since it was professionally built about 20 years ago. Just bought a Muscle Car so need to let her go. The car has always been garaged, has been driven regularly on nice days & Impeccably maintained. The car has a 350 small block engine with mild Cam and has a great hot rod tone. Transmission is a TH400 with shift kit and a 10 bolt Chevy rear end. The front suspension is a Heidts Mustang II IFS. The car has power-assisted brakes, disc in the front & large drum in the rear. The car has a very cold blowing AC unit and a heater, so driving it in the summer and winter is no problem. The Sony AM FM/CD disk player is nicely mounted in the glove box for good listening while cruising. Other great features are the VDO digital gauges, floor mounted shifter & round edged tinted glass installed when the car was built. The car runs on 16 inch Centerline Wheels with 225/50's in the front and 245/50's in the rear. The combination of the tires and the rear air lift suspension provides a very mean stance.  Multiple car show winner including second place Awards in the Seattle Rod and Roadster Shows in 2004 and 2007.  A fun ride that turns heads and gets many thumbs up wherever we drive it.  

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1196844
  • Price:$25,900
  • Location:Redmond, Washington
  • Year:1936
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:Street Rod
  • Exterior Color:Kandy Brandywine
  • Interior Color:Burgundy & Grey
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Engine Size:V-8
  • Odometer:18100
  • Restoration History:Fully Restored
  • Exterior Condition:Very Good
  • Seat Material:Cloth
  • CD Player:Yes
  • Air Conditioning:Yes
  • AM/FM Radio:Yes
  • Custom Stereo:Yes
  • Power Brakes:Yes
  • Engine History:Replaced
  • Drive Train:Rear-wheel drive