SOLD – 1938 Chevy Business Coupe

Posted on April 9th, by Cassie in Sold. No Comments


Location: Mansfield, Texas, Body type: 2-Door Metal, Engine: V8, Exterior color: Metallic Purple, Transmission: Automatic, Fuel type: Gasoline, Interior color: Grey Leather with Purple Tweed.

Built in 2001 by and for a Chevy dealership owner, a 1938 Chevy Business Coupe with a power rumble seat (notice the custom steps for getting into the rumble seat). A professionally built all steel car with a 350 tuned port injection engine and a 700R transmission. It has a fatman front end with a Banjo steering wheel. Power seats, cruise control, tilt steering, front disc brakes, beautiful leather and tweed interior as well as vintage Heat and Air. The custom upholstery is unbelievable and matches the rumble seat as well. Has 16″ American Racing wheels all the way around. This car is perfect in every way, mechanically, structurally, and cosmetically. We rate this car an 11 on a scale of 1-10.

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