EXCELLENT PAINT JOB, NICE LEATHER INTERIOR, LOTS OF GREAT OPTIONS, VERY NICE!
Hot rods are a strange bunch-there are the zillion dollar pro-built cars that you can't touch without a clean-suit, and then there are the ones that get dragged to every local cruise night, but never quite seem to be finished. Cars in between, meaning finished pieces that can be driven and enjoyed immediately, are surprisingly hard to find. That's why this nicely built 1937 Chevy tudor sedan is so appealing, and with a big back seat, there's no excuse not to take the whole family along for the ride.
There's something about late-1930s GM cars that just ideally lend themselves to customization, and the original details like that slash coming off the back of the front fenders and extending into the doors is a great example of the factory doing the customizer's work for him. In fact, all the bodywork is expertly done, and it's clear that someone spent a lot of time and effort getting it to its current condition. The body is all genuine Chevrolet steel, and everything lines up nicely, including those big pontoon fenders. The paint is two-stage urethane, so it's durable and brilliant, perfect for a car that's going to see actual road duty. Finally, all the original trim is still intact in one form or another, from the bright grille surround to the simple rear end with original taillights and bumper.
The interior is often the last place a hot rod builder finishes his work, and it's usually a low priority once the car is on the road. However, in this trick Chevy, the interior has been fully finished in tan leather using front buckets from a late model and the original rear bench. The door panels have been custom made to match the seats, and feature original moldings and billet hardware. Custom billet inserts have been made to house Dakota Digital gauges, including a clock in the glove box lid. Controls for the Vintage Air A/C system, as well as the ductwork, have been housed in the dash itself so it looks like they've always been there. A Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo lives in an overhead console, augmented by speakers throughout the passenger compartment.
Your traveling partner in this '37 is a built 350 cubic inch Chevy V8, which is as timeless as it is reliable, not to mention powerful-this car probably has about four times as much power now as it did when it was new. Although the car was built to drive, there is lots of bright stuff under the hood, including a matched set of valve covers and air cleaner. The engine turns an equally reliable TH350 3-speed automatic, the front suspension is a Mustang II independent setup with disc brakes, and it includes power rack-and-pinion steering so it drives like a modern car. It rides on a set of Boss Motorsport wheels wearing 225/40/18 front and 245/40/20 rear Kumho radials that give it a nice rake.
Go ahead and look at all the rods for sale. Note how many ads include the words "just needs... to be finished." A lot, right? This '37 Chevy needs nothing to hit the road in style this summer. Forget spending years in the garage, get out on the road now, and take the kids with you. Call now!
AM/FM Radio, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Front Disc Brakes, Leather Seats, Power Brakes, Power Seats, Power Steering, Power Windows, Seatbelts, Tilt Wheel
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- 350 V8
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- Flat Back
- 32,193 (Unknown)
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- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 120 months