There's just something about the handsome lines of a pre-war Chevy
that make great custom cars. Its unique styling loves a glossy
custom two-tone. And with everything from V8 power to an A/C
interior, this 1938 Chevrolet Master Deluxe is a great cruiser
that's ready to go home.
The swept-back grille, teardrop headlights, and rounded fenders
give this '38 Chevy a substantial impression. None of the bodywork
on this all-steel classic kind of timeless elegance needs to be
altered. So every time you feel how the doors shut with confidence,
it's truly a testament to how they really built them right over
eight decades ago. But just because it retains its vintage grace,
doesn't mean there isn't modern flair. The two-tone brown could fit
with a 1930s attitude, but this one does it with so much more
style. It's a glossy professional application with plenty of
metallic element that loves the sunshine. So it really radiates off
of the curvy fenders and cool trunk back lines. And the shine goes
nicely with everything from the classic chrome bumpers to the
upgraded 15-inch polished wheels. And we love how the darker brown
is used for accenting everywhere from the headlight bezels to the
full-length body crease. It all makes for a thoughtfully built
Inside, there's a dark brown on the dash and door tops, and that
mixes with a vintage style tan cloth upholstery. It makes for a
distinctive look that still harmonizes with the exterior. Also,
just like the outside, this one mixes vintage and new. The dash has
a pure 1930s vibe, right down to the art deco speedometer. But this
was also built to be a more comfortable diver. That's why you have
high-back bucket seats up front. Plus, there's a sports steering
wheel on a tilt column, a floor shifter, and a full SunPro
auxiliary gauge trio. And because these were built with plenty of
room in the front and back, you can carry plenty of people in
comfort thanks to a cold-blowing air conditioning upgrade.
Not only will you like the look of raising both sides of the
butterfly hood, but you'll also love showcasing what's within it.
This classic Chevy has been upgraded to iconic Chevy small block V8
power. The 350 cubic-inch motor looks nice with the air grabber,
valve covers, alternator, and compressor all shining bright. The V8
inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and
Edelbrock Torker intake. So you get the right power and a sweet
sound out of the dual exhaust. There's even an aluminum radiator
w/electric fan to help keep this full package running cool. The
suspension and steering give you that old-school kind of feeling
that's nice in a classic like this. But upgrades like the
three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, and wide modern
tires also makes sure this Chevy knows how to cruise with
You're looking at a vintage Chevy that's a great smooth-looking and
smooth-running anytime driving classic. So when you find something
this special, you know you need to hurry to get it in your garage.
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