1932 Chevrolet Confederate Street Rod. This is a great Street Rod
that was built by we believe the late 1990s. Its an original 1932
Chevrolet Body that uses a sheet metal wrapped wood skeleton body.
It's a 350 Engine mated to a turbo 350 Automatic Transmission. Leaf
spring suspension in the rear, front mustang II setup, power
steering, power brakes, aluminum radiator, and even has dual carb
setup. Overall is a great running steel body street rod that is
ready to enjoy!
South Jersey Classics is a 10,000-square foot classic and specialty
collector automobile dealer, featuring 50+ vehicles. This vehicle
is located in our showroom in Newfield, NJ. Our Dealership is on US
Route 40 just off New Jersey Route 55, Exit 39B heading towards
Elmer, NJ; conveniently just 40 Minutes East of Philadelphia, 40
Minutes West from the Major New Jersey Shore Points, and 30 minutes
North of the Delaware Memorial Bridge. Our Showroom is conveniently
accessible from all major Southern New Jersey Roadways including
New Jersey Turnpike, I-295, I-76, NJ Route 42, NJ Route 55, US
Route 40, Atlantic City Expressway, and New Jersey Parkway. Our
website is www.SJClassics.com and our phone number is (856)
521-0832. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us anytime for more
information or to come to see the vehicle in person.
1932 Chevrolet Confederate
Location:Newfield, New Jersey
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