This 1934 Chevrolet Master sedan streetrod has a sleek style
outside, a loaded leather-lined A/C experience inside, an upgraded
suspension with four-wheel disc brakes, and plenty of power under
the hood from a ZZ4 crate motor. So you can look over every inch of
this build, but you already know they sweated to details to deliver
a custom that's ready for primetime.
The Master series was the premium Chevy, and you can also see there
has been an investment to take this one to the next level. Red is
always a favorite on the classic machines, and this one is a
product of professional application that made sure the clearcoat
finish has a slick look. The build has less than 3,100 miles since
completion, so the luster still looks fantastic as it shows off the
flowing lines of the rounded steel body and swoopy fenders.
Brightwork is used in just the right places, like the waterfall
grille, headlight bezels, and bumpers. And there's just the right
hint of modern with the tri-bar headlights, tinted windows, flush
gas cap, and oblong dual exhaust tips. And the Billet Specialty
wheels with 15/16 inch front/rear stagger really add to both the
shine and the aggressive forward-leaning stance.
The interior continues the theme of where classic style meets a ton
of modern upgrades. For example, the front seats are still low-back
style units. But now they have plenty of comfortable bolstering and
are finished in an intricate pattern done in supple leather. The
rear bench seat, door panels, headliner, and dash are done in a
similar tan for a tasteful and uniform appearance. There are the
right modern conveniences, like cold-blowing air conditioning,
power windows, and an AM/FM/CD stereo in a custom overhead console.
Plus, this is set up to be a driver's machine. That's why you get a
cool Billet Specialties steering wheel on a tilt column, power
steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and the dash has
upgraded gauges set in a sporty machine-turned panel.
Under the hood is a 350 cubic-inch ZZ4 performance crate motor.
While these are powerful right out of the box, you'll also
appreciate that it inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel
carburetor and exhales with a sweet tune from the Flowmaster dual
exhaust. The undercarriage photos show you the full thoughtfulness
of the build with its color-matched presentation. Plus, you'll spot
more upgrades like tubular A-arm front suspension with adjustable
coilovers and four-wheel power disc brakes.
Complete with build receipts, here's a very cool, well-built street
machine that's going to get lots of attention everywhere it goes.
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