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For Sale: 1941 Chevrolet Master in Morgantown, Pennsylvania

Vehicle Description

1941 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Sedan Delivery

1941 and '42 were the last hurrah for car manufacturers as the country prepared to go to war. Manufacturers helped efforts by relinquishing their materials and factories to national defense. But peace had prevailed to that point and the country was back from the depression, so we can only fathom the variety and volume of goods that were transported in sedan delivery vehicles like the one we have today. They kept America moving!

Gracing our Hallowed Halls and presently offered for consignment, a 1941 Master Deluxe Sedan Delivery that's ready for show and go. It's got great color, has a very nice interior and pays homage to America with flag and eagle decals on each side. You'll stay nice and cool on those summer cruises because this car has A/C! Plus, you can haul a lot of stuff in the cavernous cargo area or stretch out for a nap when the mood strikes!

Robin's Egg Blue paint covers the car in a soft, pastel hue. The smooth face of the car has frenched headlights, an inset grille, and a color matched bumper. No badges or ornaments appear creating a clean look. Contrasting darker blue panel patterns outlined with a thin red line top the hood and are complemented by the split windshield. The door handles are shaved, adding to the smooth lines of the car. The side panels on the cargo area are also dark blue where it backs the U.S. Flag and eagle decals. The rear window is also framed in blue with the red line stripe. Gone are the external taillights and in their place round and frenched lights. The rear door has a more modern flush door handle and Chevy bowtie shaped exhaust tips peek out under the bumper. 15-inch American Racing Torque Thrust wheels are polished and add a hot rod vibe to the car. Slightly larger tires in the back, 245/50R16 vs. 225/50R16, wrap the rims and are date coded with late 2020. The car rides much lower than it would have in 1941 and has a great stance. Overall, the paint is very nice but we do note areas of bubbling, some chipped paint, scratches, and perhaps some early rust at the bottom of a door jamb.

A custom exterior leads to a custom interior with contrasting shades of blue beginning on the door panels. The bucket seats swivel and are designed for comfort and a soft ride with tuck and roll inserts and armrests. The sporty steering wheel leads to an adjustable chromed steering column and a polished shifter. AutoMeter gauges are mounted on a wood dash insert and the speedometer has both vintage font printing and a digital odometer read out. The main part of the dash is metal and painted light blue with pinstriping. In the center, an AM/FM/CD Sony radio is present surrounded by wood. The wood glove box was signed by Big Daddy Don Garlits in 2016. The side walls of the cargo area repeat geometric designs in padded vinyl while plush steel blue carpet covers the acres of floor space. The headliner runs back to front and is in great condition. Speakers are mounted in the sidewall to fill the space with sound.

A 350ci V8 is under the big hood and is equipped with a 4-barrel carburetor and TH350 three-speed automatic transmission sending power to a 10-bolt rear. Power brakes are helpful to slow this big boy and discs are on the front wheels while drums are on the back. The block and intake are painted blue, the valve covers are chrome and so is the Edelbrock air filter cover. Robin's Egg Blue flows seamlessly into the engine bay as well, covering the firewall and sidewalls. Our consignor states that the wiring has been redone and a new fuse box was included. It's cooled by two electric fans and the radiator appears to be aluminum.

All impressively clean underneath with minimal road dirt and non existent surface rust. The dual exhaust flows back to MagnaFlow mufflers and exits out the rear. The car is equipped with a Mustang II front end and leaf springs are on the back for a smooth ride in a smooth blue car. A big brake booster is mounted underneath. We note a few drops of oil on the pan and the polished flywheel cover, but otherwise dry underneath.

What once was considered more of a truck is now a low slung covered wagon. The hood and fenders are huge, and you have to mind that front end when you're used to driving a Mini Cooper every day. But off we went is a great sounding car that hugs the road like something with a wider track and shorter wheelbase. You've got a lot of car behind you too and visibility is good out the back window, but don't forget about the huge blind spots! Built like a tank, the car feels solid and strong and we test the brakes last as we pull it back into the facility. We note on the ride that the brake lights are not working.

With its patriotic nod to America, this pre war beauty would have looked like an alien spaceship to people in 1941 with its powder blue paint, dropped stance, and living room like interior. But make no mistake, the flag and eagle would have been well received at the time. Although you might be tempted to use it for shows only, the cargo area might come in very handy for club events, storage unit runs, and yes, grocery getting!

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Vehicle Details

  • 1941 Chevrolet Master
  • Listing ID: CC-1827149
  • Price: $35,500
  • Location:Morgantown, Pennsylvania
  • Year:1941
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:Master
  • Exterior Color:Robin's Egg Blue
  • Interior Color:Navy Blue
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Odometer:1120
  • Stock Number:6219
  • VIN:411271
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