1940 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery
With the creation of the Sedan Delivery businesses rejoiced. Suddenly the idea behind the business coupe was taken a step further with a much larger cab and an exterior panel that almost acted as a billboard! The days of traveling salesmen have obviously changed as time has gone on but this style of car still has a HUGE following in the classic car world. There are clubs dedicated to Panels only and they have become a favorite of custom car builders throughout the world.
This beautiful 40 Chevy Sedan Delivery has a great look and is among the more rare panels because of the early year. In fact, only 613 of these cars were produced in 1940 and there is no telling how many of those still exist. The car has undergone a complete body off restoration and is completely rust and damage free. The body is coated in a deep Burgundy that looks great and makes for a great base should you want to add your own custom advertising to the side.
Powering up the car is a 350V8/330hp motor with a Turbo 350 transmission and Ford 9" rear end. Other components include the Mustang II suspension, rack and pinion with power steering, power brakes (disc on all 4 wheels), air conditioning, and an AM/FM/CD player. It runs and drives incredibly well and would make a nice addition to a collection
A real gem at the low price of $36,900.00!
This car is located and being represented for a collector in the Seattle, Washington area.
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