Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1947
Chevrolet Stylemaster restomod. The Stylemaster was an entry level
trim model that ran from 1946-1948. It was offered as a two-door
sedan, four door sedan and a business coupe with a front seat only.
The door-door versions outsold four-doors by 70% in this period.
Chevrolet advertised the new model as "Big car quality at the
lowest cost". The only power plant available on the Stylemaster was
a 216 I6 attached to a three-speed manual transmission. This 1947
Chevrolet Stylemaster restomod is painted in orange with a tricolor
stripe of tangerine, blue and yellow running down the side of the
car. The top has been chopped four inches with a Camaro front
subframe. Electric door poppers have replaced the door handles for
a distinctively clean look. A set of Nitto 555 tires are mounted on
Foose Legend chrome wheels adding to this Stylemaster' s great
looks. Under the hood is a 350 cubic inch V-8 attached to a
350-turbo automatic transmission. Ride Tech air suspension has been
installed which can be controlled from a smart phone. SSBC
four-wheel power disk brakes with slotted rotors and power steering
all make for an enjoyable car to drive. The tan interior has been
nicely appointed in velour with soft orange striping in the center
of seats tying in perfectly with the exterior color. Interior
features include 40/60 front seating, full carpet, VDO gauges, tilt
steering wheel, power windows, power driver's seat and air
1947 Chevrolet Stylemaster
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