Gateway Classic Cars of Louisville is proud to present this 1946
Chevrolet Delivery Panel. Entering into the 40s was troubling time
in the world with WWII. Chevrolet decided to revamp their aging
Master Series and the AK series was born. The AK Series would see
production from 1941-1947 but with the shutdown of manufacturing in
the US during the war the AK series would only see civilian
production for a little over 3 years of that range. Here we have a
1946 model and a Delivery Panel Truck. The two-tone tan and brown
paint along with the lines of this Chevy really takes you back. The
brown vinyl interior looks good. The wood paneling on the floor
looks in good order as well. Under the hood is a Inline 6-cylinder
engine mated to a 3-speed manual transmission. Current owner has
recently replaced the water pump, re-cored the original radiator,
radiator hoses, points & plugs, fuel pump, carb., wheel cylinders,
rebuilt generator, voltage regulator, and wheel seals. It is titled
as a 1946 Chevrolet C1C. Options on this Delivery Panel are: Vinyl
Interior and Hub Caps. This 1946 Chevrolet Delivery Panel is
offered by our Louisville Showroom and can be seen in greater
detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at
www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call
our knowledgeable staff at (812) 294-1555 or email us at
1946 Chevrolet Panel Truck
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