There's just something about the handsome lines of a pre-war Chevy
that make great custom cars. Its unique styling gives it
distinction from the Fords, and it has an attraction that we can't
help but make all our own. So when it has been so well customized
inside and out, this low mileage 1939 Chevrolet Master Deluxe
street rod is turnkey ready to take home.
The swept-back grille and teardrop fenders give this '39 Chevy a substantial impression. None of the bodywork on this kind of timeless elegance needs to be altered. So every time you feel how the doors shut with confidence, it's truly a testament to how they really built them right over 75 years ago. But just because it retains its vintage grace, doesn't mean there isn't modern flair. The bright Twilight Turquoise wasn't on the menu in 1939, but it looks fantastic rendered in modern metallic that highlights the many details on the car that only get better with every passing decade. The fiberglass running boards and 15-inch Superior three-point alloys add to this sense that someone took a very straight Chevy and turned it into their dream ride.
Inside is a very inviting classic. The beige vinyl with turquoise accents on the seats, side panels, and headliner give this car a great uniform appearance that they love to see at the shows. But beyond just looking fantastic, this is also a comfortable cruiser. The front seats are newer buckets that have nice bolstering for all-day comfort; the back seat offers generous space; there's an AM/FM/cassette stereo with auxiliary input; and you have provisions for R134a air conditioning. So this is a great classic for family and friends. But even if it's just you, this Chevy is still quite inviting. You'll sit behind a Grant sports steering wheel, and just ahead of that is a full set of classic-style AutoMeter gauges that are backlit in a cool custom chrome panel.
You'll love going to the car shows and seeing people's reaction when you leave it parked with the butterfly hood open. And if the crowds come closer, they won't be disappointed. With shiny components like the air grabber, master cylinder, alternator, and valve covers, this Chevy puts on a fine show. But beyond the flash is also the substance of a 350 cubic-inch small block that's been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, and a rumbling dual exhaust. It is also a thoughtful built with the right upgrades like an aluminum radiator w/electric fan so the V8 can stay cool even in urban traffic. And the great driving features don't end there. This street rod has been upgraded to a three-speed automatic transmission, independent front suspension w/front disc brakes, and power steering.
With less than 7,900 on this thoughtful build, you're looking at a vintage Chevy that's a great anytime driving classic. So when you find something this special, you know you need to hurry to get it in your garage. Call today!!!