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1 July 2005
c.1937 CHEVROLET TWO DOOR COUPE RESTORATION PROJECT
Chassis No. Tba
Engine No. Tba
Despite its very basic content, the basis of bodywork does appear to date it from the 1937 year of Chevrolets, designated the Master and Master Deluxe, both of which were powered by six cylinder engines. They were distinctive for the spear-shaped body moulding that ran across the bonnet sides incorporating the louvres.
The lot was bought as a Hot-Rod project. Once stripped and repainted in primer, it was never pursued any further. Retaining a six cylinder engine and running gear it is as such a basis for continuation of this idea or for restoration to original specification.
The car is sold strictly as viewed.
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