Beginning in 1933 the Standard by Chevrolet was offered in three
body styles all of which were on the 107" Wheelbase, a 2-door
sedan, coupe and coupe with rumble seat. All of them were Fisher
bodies and featured the "No Draft Ventilation" system...Very
forward thinking for the time!. The car had full instrumentation
and a clock, heater and radio were all options at the time. What we
have here is no run of the mill "Standard" with the original
6-cylinder that was offered. This build took place in the late
1980's and early 1990's and features a 1970's Pontiac running gear
which from what I can tell is a 350 Cubic inch V8 with TH400
Automatic. This car also features power disc brakes, power steering
and Vintage air system that blows very well both hot and cold. And
don't worry, there are plenty of Billet goodies to go around. This
car starts, runs and goes down the road beautifully in my opinion.
Also another noteworthy piece is that this is a steel body car that
is free of any rust, in fact the underside shows extremely well
with no leaks or smoke. The paint shows well, however when we
peeled the bra off the front when we got it in, we noticed that
there was some rubbing that took place on the driver side flame
area. Because of the color it should be easily remedied for a
driver quality job.
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1934 Chevrolet Standard
Stock Number:BTC0651 C
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