This 1936 Chevrolet Town Sedan is a bold custom street rod has the
kind of sleek style that commands attention everywhere it goes. And
since it's also built with awesome features, like a shining crate
V8, upgraded suspension, and a custom/comfy A/C interior, it's also
easier to show it off near or far.
Red is always a terrific color to have on a street machine like
this. But this one takes it up an extra notch with a dark metallic
finish that has enough clearcoat for plenty of boldness and shine.
This car is coming off of a decade of quality care, and in fact,
this paint was applied during this ownership. The slick finish goes
nicely with the street machine style. After all, the deleted
bumpers really let you see more of the car's curves, and the
polished alloy wheels that are staggered 14/15 inches front/rear
for a nice sporty stance. But we also love these because they still
have that unmistakable classic style. It's in the details, like the
waterfall grille, torpedo-like headlights, and rounded style of the
trunk. And there's just something extra-alluring about having a
classic all-steel body - even the running boards.
Open the door to reveal even more investment in a cool custom
machine. The gray velour seats have a great button top set up, and
the dark red piping coordinates with exterior color. The same red
coordination is on the dash, widow trim, carpeting, and trunk for a
thoughtful and cut-above total presentation. A comfy cruiser needs
the right upgrades, and so you have cold-blowing air conditioning
and an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input to plug in your phone. And
it's easy to get road rip ready with front bucket seats, a
wood-rimmed GT Grant steering wheel, tilt column, and a full set of
clear Stewart Warner gauges that includes a speedo and tach.
You'll show off the engine bay every chance you get. After all,
you'll love the look of lifting both sides of butterfly hood. And
since that's going to draw people in, they made sure to have a
shining powerhouse on display. It's quite stylish with the polish
on the valve covers, alternator, air topper, ram horn manifolds,
and much more. Beyond the sleek style is also the substance of a
350 cubic-inch crate V8 topped with an Edelbrock four-barrel
carburetor. The motor fires up readily, and it makes a sweet tune
out of the glasspack dual exhaust. It's easy to hit the road in
this upgraded Chevy thank to an upgraded independent front
suspension, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a
three-speed automatic transmission.
A street rod that looks this good and feels so tight is the kind of
turn-key classic that takes years to get right. So don't miss your
opportunity to move to the front of the line. Call today!!!