Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to present this
1933 Chevrolet Sedan. The cars of the Great Depression years are
not overly common and finding quality body designs for Rodding
projects offers some exclusivity. Lift the engine cover to unveil a
beautiful accessorized 350CID High Output V-8 mated up to a smooth
shifting 700R4 automatic with a Lokar shifter and all dressed up
for her big night in the town. This engine isn't just all show, it
features some polished performance parts such as an EZEFI system,
electric fans, Chevy performance distributor as well as some nice
stainless headers. This hot rod has been fitted with all the
modern-day features like power brakes, power steering, Mustang II
front end, Vintage air conditioning, Classic Car Stereo, Dynomat to
lower the road noise, and comfortable grey cloth interior with
matching door panels, carpet, and headliner. The centrally mounted
Classic Instruments 140-mph speedometer is flanked by readouts for
fuel level, oil pressure, battery amperage, and water temperature,
while an 8k tachometer is mounted below the dashboard. This
Chevrolet just screams hot rod with its bright red paint, shiny
chrome wheels and with a refresh of the engine and transmission
less than 5k miles ago, this car is ready to hit the cruise ins.
1933 Chevrolet Sedan
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