Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee is happy to present this 1939
Chevrolet Business Coupe. Chevrolet has been a part of the American
automotive landscape almost as long as cars have been on American
roads. IN 1929 Chevy introduced their first 6-cylinder engine, and
in 1933 they debuted they new Master body style that served Chevy
well up until auto production ended for World War II. The Master
was available in a wide range of body styles like the business
coupe, sedan, and convertible. Our featured '39 Chevy is a business
coupe. This car wears an all-steel body, running boards and all.
The vehicle is dressed in a stunning black and champaign 2-tone
paint job complimented by a lime green and bright orange pinstripe.
Inside the Chevy you will find matching black and champaign power
leather seats. All while sitting on 15" American Racing Torque
Thrust 5-spoke rims wrapped around Kumho Solus black wall tires.
Powering the auto is a strong 350 cubic inch Chevrolet create
engine rated at 330 horsepower linked to a 700 R-4 Four speed
automatic transmission and a 9" Ford 4:11 posi rear end. The car is
packed with so many other goodies, it's hard to list them all but
are not limited to the Vintage heat and air conditioning system,
power steering, power brakes, seat belts, power windows, a leather
wrapped 3-spoke steering wheel, beautiful Classic Instruments
gauges, Pioneer stereo, Walker radiator, and an electric fan. Some
styling cues that were done during the car's 3-year restoration
were 2" chop to the roof, Frenched taillights and license plate
holder, smoothed out fire wall and a one piece front windshield!
Take a spin in a true American classic with this stunning 1939
Chevrolet Business Coupe!
1939 Chevrolet Coupe
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