This is a rare 1930 Chevrolet Tudor that is almost complete. All
necessary parts are there to put the car together. Body work has
been done engine and transmission will need to be installed. The
body is all steel except for the fenders which have been replaced
with fiberglass fenders. Owner has one of the original fenders, the
other one was damaged. One could replace the one fender, use the
original fender, and the car would be all steel.All interior wood
was replaced. The seats need recovering. Back seat was built to
tilt the seat out to access the spare tire easier. Floor and trunk
pans were replaced with metal. The dash is new with new gauges and
already installed.The engine is a low mile 327 cid from a 1966
Nova. Total miles on the engine are less than 20,000.The chassis
was built by a professional, it is independent rear suspension. The
front brakes are power. Straight drive shifter. AC unit is
installed under the cowl, it does need a compressor. The gas tank
was moved to the rear of the car.New parts include new aluminum
radiator, new headlights, new tail lights, 2 sets of side
hoodslouvered and un-louvered, handles, brake booster, and new
running boards.This is a great car for one who wants to experience
and complete restoration without having to start from scratch or go
on a hunt for parts. You can view this 1930 Chevrolet Tudor by
appointment, it is located in NC.
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