1936 Chevrolet Cabriolet has a manual transmission and a clean
title. This car was shipped to Germany and lengthened 12 inches by
a stage coach factory. Length was added to this car in order to
accommodate the gentlemen's large briefcases of the time. The car
was owned by the US ambassador to Germany William E. Dodd. Dodd
served as ambassador to Germany from 1933-1937. He was sent to
Germany to try to 'calm' Adolf Hitler down but resigned once he
realized the Nazis were an increasing threat. Rumors are that Adolf
Hitler rode in this car. This vehicle was made for the elite of the
time. This is a 4 door which makes this car that much more rare. As
if it needed any more reasons to be a one of a kind! This car was
restored in 1985 by the 2nd owner. This car was shipped back to the
U.S from Germany in 1940. This car was found by the 2nd owner in
New York City. This car was meant to stay in the family of the 2nd
owner and be handed down but unfortunately both the owner and the
owners son passed away. The owners wife sold it to the current
owner who has done a lot of research on this vehicle and continues
to. The story behind this car is absolutely amazing. 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 **
1936 Chevrolet Antique
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