When someone hears the 1940s, the class and style of that era typically comes to mind first. One of the classiest vehicles of the time was the 1940 Chevrolet Special Deluxe Convertible Cabriolet. I bet you are wondering what makes this car so classy? This 1940 Chevy has been restored to recreate the originality of the vehicle. Under this hood lies an Inline Six-Cylinder engine. The exterior is a very classic Burgundy with a Tan soft top roof. Accompanying the exterior is a Brown interior, and it still has every original detail that came with the car in 1940. This classic convertible has a Cool Spring Independent Front Suspension, also possessing a Live Rear Axle with Semi-Elliptic Leaf Springs. Also, it has installed Four Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes, which adds to the value of this luxurious automobile. So picture a sunny afternoon, with the top down, Bing Crosby is playing, you have nothing but a clear road ahead of you, and a clear mind. Will you regret the decision of buying a beautiful classic with only 55,926 miles on it? Of course, you will not! Will the price of $65,998 be worth it? You bet your bottom dollar it will! You will not find a vehicle of this model, fully restored, and ready to drive, as you will with this particular 1940 Chevrolet.