Gateway Classic Cars if pleased to present a 1933 Chevrolet Eagle
to a stunning black finish with a camel fabric interior. The Eagle
was introduced in 1933 to give Chevrolet a two car lineup replacing
the 1932 Series BA Confederate. It had a 110" wheelbase and was
powered by "Stovebolt Six" six cylinder of 206ci / 3380 cc
producing 65hp. The Eagle platform was used on trucks produced by
both GM and Chevrolet. This example is a three speed manual
transmission and has been converted over to a 12 volt system with
12 volt alternator and has fuel gauge, new radiator and turn
signals. This Eagle has been restored to high a level and shows no
matter where one looks. The paint is rich and deep, the wood is
glossy and appealing while the chrome shines brightly. In addition
the ride is as it should be with an engine that idles and
accelerates smoothly. There are no complaints with this fine
example of early American Automotive Design and brings smiles no
matter where it travels. There's room for all whether it's in the
front or in the comfy rumble seat and pleasure to ride in. It can
be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and a HD video
For additional information please call our sales staff at (702)
830-9215 or email us at [email protected] Our Las
Vegas Showroom is located at 6580 Lindell Road Suite 300 Las Vegas,
NV 89118 To view 3000+ classics or exotics, please visit:
https://www.gatewayclassiccars.com To sell your classic or exotic
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1933 Chevrolet Eagle
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