This seldom seen 1931 Chevrolet has only 1,050 miles on a complete
frame-off restoration using only NOS parts and painted with Saxon
Gray paint with Ravenswood Brown accents. It is equipped with a 194
cubic inch 50 HP straight six engine and a 3-speed transmission.
Features include black fenders and Aurora Red wheels, leather
interior and tan canvas top. Chevrolet built over 620,000 cars in
1931 and the Phaeton is the rarest of rare with only 852 produced.
This good-looking car which runs and drives beautifully. It has won
National AACA and VCCA Senior Awards.
1931 Chevrolet AE Independence
Location:Youngville, North Carolina
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