This 1939 Chevrolet Master deluxe has the bright look of a
street-ready machine. And with its V8 power, upgraded suspension,
and comfy A/C interior, you can soon see how this classic Chevy is
an easy cruiser in today's world.
The red paint has a bright look and a good shine to show it's a
more modern application. Nothing is too fancy, so it's just the
right finish of a true cruiser that wants you to have more fun and
less anxiety. It's all part of a street machine that's for detail
lovers. The body is steel, but the fenders are updated fiberglass
so that you can fit those Weld racing wheels. There are more custom
sporty style touches, including a color-matched grille, painted
rear bumperettes, shaved door handles, and wide chrome dual exhaust
tips. Plus, the custom Eagle stars/stripes flames on the rockers
are a terrific touch for all-American distinction. And more than
just bold, the full presentation shows off good fundamentals with
doors that shut solid, good lights and lenses, and a bright chrome
bumper leading the way.
Pop the door openers to reveal more custom details. The tweed
upholstery feels plush, and the high back bucket seats up front
provide individual cruising comfort. Plenty of billet trim, custom
door panels, and working dome lights are all part of the thoughtful
details. There are upgrades for comfort, like cold-blowing air
conditioning, an AM/FM/CD/cassette receiver, and kick panel
speakers. It's also made to be a better driver with the custom
sports steering wheel on a tilt column, Lokar-style floor shifter,
and white-face AutoMeter gauges.
Having the motor on display from the sides already draws plenty of
attention to the powerhouse. But this flaming eagle cruiser likes
to do things extra special. That's why the hood tilts forward to
fully reveal the 350 cubic-inch V8. The motor looks nice with
details like the bright flame-etched valve covers, matching air
grabber, and a smooth firewall. It inhales deeply with an Edelbrock
four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with the right power and
authority as headers feed the stainless dual exhaust. There are
also the right investments in supporting components including the
aluminum radiator. The three-speed automatic transmission was fully
serviced in 2018. And there was even a rear-end rebuild this year.
And the upgraded tubular A-arm front suspension, power steering,
and front disc brakes make it a solid total cruiser.
Complete with maintenance records and build receipts, this is a
custom Chevy with all the nice investments for a cool cruiser you
can enjoy right now. Don't miss your chance, call today!