For Sale: 1933 Chevrolet Eagle in Morgantown, Pennsylvania

Vehicle Description

1933 Chevrolet CA Master Sedan

Overall the thirties and early forties were good and innovative years for the Chevrolet marque. In 1933 Chevy introduced two classes of car, the Master Eagle for the upscale market and the mid-year arrival Mercury for the budget conscious. Styling was more streamlined on the Eagle, bumpers were standard, and Starterators were included. Starterators connected the accelerator to the starter motor, enabling a driver to restart an accidentally stalled engine with the tap of a foot. 450,000 Eagles were produced during the 1933 year and customers began referring to the Eagle as the Master. The name change stuck.

For consignment, this nice Chevrolet CA Eagle, (Master). This 4-door early 1930's design with an extra-long body and rear window, canvas top, and cowled hood, running boards and early design is truly a gangster car. Inline 6 cylinder power and a 3-speed manual enable it to outrun most police of the time, unless they had a ford V8! Black paint for the body, fenders and running boards, it's got a nice patina, and yellow contrasting painted steel spoked wheels.


With a lazy V shaped vertical ribbed grille leading the way a single flanking circular headlight is on either side leads to a patinaed simple curved bumper is below and some round fog lighting is attached to the top of this bumper. A horn is on the drivers side so get outta my way! Nicely shaped curved fenders are on either side of the long cowled hood and these frame yellow painted 19-inch wire wheels wrapped in 5.25/5.50-19 rubber. nThe lower back portion of the fenders are pontoon esque, and melt into a running board which frames the lowers for the 4 doors, 2 on either side that share a common B pillar in the center. A smaller protruding rear fender curves around and accentuates the rear of the passenger cabin which sports an extra rear window on either side. The roof is not covered in this car with just exposed lath awaiting the vinyl covering. Paint is black and shows some pitting, chips offs that have become rusted, and some cracking and crazing that have left any unpainted areas rusted. On the back of this gangster looking car is a large steel trunk with chromed faux belts mounting it and a dual clasp to keep it secure. The far reaches of the rear have a continental bumper with a bump out central curve in it to house the rear mounted spare. The early sign of the continental bumper if you will!

A swing of any door and we can see original mohair covering for the panels. This is in fair condition with some fading, partial dry rot on the bottoms, and a stitched inset panel both actuator and crank. Onto the front bench, where it is showing in buttoned tufted and overstuffed style and more mohair, however in poor condition, with tearing and stuffing wearing through the mohair. In back is a version of the front, but in better condition and slightly less worn, however still showing some wear off of the "hair". The sides of the interior are also covered in mohair, which is showing wear and fading. The headliner, also mohair, is showing in torn and tattered condition. Upfront behind the large bakelite steering wheel is a nifty dual eyebrow wood embellished black metal dash. It has a neato central squashed oval panel for the instruments. This panel has horizontal ribs and black faced gauges with white numbers and pointers. It is inoverall good condition. Black rubber flooring is in and some rusting is underneath.

Under the central hinged cowled hood is a 206.8 ci Inline 6 cylinder. It has a 1-barrel carburetor on top, and a 3-speed manual transmission on back. A 4.11 rear axle is mounted in the wayyyy back. Plenty of patina for this engine and bay with light surface rust throughout.

Very light surface rust for the floor pans, and some road dirt and patina for the running boards and hangers. No invasive rust is noted. Leaf springs provide the ride on all 4 corners and mechanical drum brakes are all around.

A barn find with some paint work needed on the exterior, and interior redux for the upholstered surfaces mainly due to no vinyl top installed which allowed water damage to occur. Its all there but just needs some love!



6-Oakland, CA Assy Plant
CA-Master Standard
34965-Sequential Unit Number


JOB NO 33 559-1933 Master Standard 4 Door Sedan
BODY NO O14643-Oakland Body #
TRIM NO 25-Brown Mohair
PAINT NO 139-Regent Maroon

Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 850 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display. This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.

Vehicle Details

  • 1933 Chevrolet Eagle
  • Listing ID: CC-1722322
  • Price: $40,000
  • Location:Morgantown, Pennsylvania
  • Year:1933
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:Eagle
  • Exterior Color:Black
  • Interior Color:Brown
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:642101
  • Stock Number:99
  • VIN:39II280
Listed By:
Classic Auto Mall
6180 Morgantown Rd.
Morgantown, PA 19543

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