Gateway Classic Cars of Charlotte, North Carolina, is proud to list
this unique 1937 Chevy Pickup! In the mid-1930s, as the U.S.
economy began to recover from the Great Depression, Chevrolet
pushed for leadership in a reviving truck market with what were
designed to be some of the most robust, most innovative models
produced to that point. In 1937, Chevrolet introduced new trucks
with streamlined styling that many still consider among the most
stylish designs of the era. The '37 also featured a sturdier body
and a larger and more powerful 78-hp engine, among other
improvements. This particular Chevy has more than 78 horsepower. A
lot more! Its small block chevy v8 engine and TH350 transmission
are a far cry from what you could get in the 1930s. Standing on
bullet-style wheels, a tube chassis with rack and pinion steering
and disc brakes keeps you snug to the road and makes it a blast to
drive. The interior leaves little to the imagination and includes
air conditioning, bucket seats, Bluetooth audio, power windows, and
a complete gauge set. Billet steering wheel, shifter, and
accelerator pedal assembly add the finishing touches inside. The
yellow paint shines bright amongst the chrome grill and hardware.
Custom louvers on the hood and tail panel are both functional and
stylish. Not at all camera-shy;, this truck looks great in photos.
Now make it look even better in your garage!
1937 Chevrolet Pickup
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