Welcome to Gateway Classic Cars where we are happy to present to
you this 1932 Chevrolet Series BA Conferde3rate 4 door sedan. This
model was the replacement for the previous Series AE Independence
model of 1937. Although the Great Depression cut the sales nearly
in half from over 600,000 down to under 325,000 models sold.
Chevrolet still remained number one is sales within the American
car market, beating Ford by almost 40,000 models sold. You can read
more in the Hemmings Classic Car article "The Other Deuce-1932
Chevrolet." This deep red and black 1932 Chevrolet Confederate is
such a beautiful car, especially with the beautiful red plush
interior. The Orange wheels are unique and help this beauty stand
out in a crowd. The car is powered by the OHV 194 CID inline 6
cylinder engine and a 3 speed Manual Synchromesh transmission. This
1932 Chevrolet Confederate is a beautiful classic car. Whether you
are heading to a local car show or just heading out for a lovely
Sunday drive. It would be so much fun to drive in in a parade or
just even around town. Any way you choose this car is def a head
turner for everyone.
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