For Sale: 1932 Chevrolet Confederate in Mandan, North Dakota

Vehicle Description

in Tag, Job No. 32567, Body J for Janesville Wi., Trim 16, Paint 90, Clear N.D. Title,

INTERIOR: Seat and door panels are all correctly upholstered. Knobs, gauges and instrument panel are in great shape. New original looking rubber floor mat. The steering wheel is new refurbished and horns work. The windshield cranks up and the back window and both side windows crank down.

ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Powering the Chevrolet is a 6-cylinder power plant, with 2 valves per cylinder that produces power and torque figures of 80 hp.
194 cu. In. Rebabbitted mains, new piston, sleeves and valves, nicely painted, six-cylinder engine. Call for the list of materials for the total engine build. The fuel pump and carb have been also rebuilt and look great. The engine has 226 miles on since the rebuild.

TRUNK COMPARTMENT: It's actually a trunk and not a rumble seat. A real nice soft car cover is included.

UNDERSIDE: 1932 was the first year for Chevrolet to use 3 speed synchromesh gearbox & four-wheel drum brake. Any wood in the whole car that was questionable has been replaced. It is representative of an body off frame restoration. It was fully disassembled and restored.

I consider this a piece of mechanical art, beautiful shape adorned in chrome accessories and beautifully painted. The 1932 Chevrolet BA Confederate was often called the "Baby Cadillac" rightfully so. It’s a Timeless Classic!

I took pride in restoring this car. When I found out about it from a friend in our car club, the story behind the car is. The father/original owner purchased the vehicle new in 1932 and drove it for many years. Then parked it in a garage. His son and him decided to start restoring it back in the early 70's. The father passed away and before the son could finish restoring the car in the later 70's. The car was all in pieces at this time. Sadly, he and his family were killed in a plane crash. Shortly after, at an auction, a friend of mine’s dad purchased the car and all the pieces. It sat in a Quonset till 2012 when a storm took part of the roof off the Quonset. They then decided to sell the car to lucky me. I originally was going to resto-mod the car but decided because I had so many original parts to leave this beautiful car as original as I could. I have a bill of material of all parts and prices for this car. I also have hundreds of pictures of this build. I’m selling this 32 Chevy so I can go find another old car to restore.

Vehicle Details

  • 1932 Chevrolet Confederate
  • Listing ID: CC-1719408
  • Price: $48,000 (OBO)
  • Location:Mandan, North Dakota
  • Year:1932
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:Confederate
  • Exterior Color:Maroon and Black
  • Interior Color:Gray
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Engine Size:Inline 6
  • Odometer:73926
  • Restoration History:Fully Restored
  • Exterior Condition:Very Good
  • Seat Material:Cloth
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