This super cool and rare 1952 Chevrolet sedan delivery has been tastefully street rodded into one amazing road car. Beginning with a super solid car with no rust or rot issues the original front suspension was removed and updated with a Heit's IFS with tubular a-arms, power rack and pinion steering and power disc brakes. The drive train was also updated with a smooth running chevy 350 V8 topped with an aluminum intake, Holley carb, HEI distributor and headers. The transmission is a turbo 350 automatic with a chevy 10 bolt rear axle with 3.23 gears. The body is arrow straight and covered in beautiful black two stage paint that has a deep consistent shine throughout the car. All chrome, glass, and weather stripping are in excellent condition as well. The custom interior of this car is what really makes this beauty stand out. Black leather bucket seats with custom inserts and custom built door panels. The dash has been all restored with working gauges and all new chrome hardware, tilt column with Impala wheel, Vintage air conditioning and heat and classic chrome microphone shifter. The car sits on chrome wire wheels wrapped in white wall radial tires. This sedan delivery drives incredible on the road with a very tight and sound ride and being very comfortable to boot, very easy car to drive. The drive train perform flawlessly with plenty of power and is as dependable as they come. This beauty is turn key ready, drive it or show it you won't be disappointed....
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