A 1938 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery is one of the coolest ways for everything from promoting your business to a weekend surf wagon. And so when you can find one that has been customized to draw extra attention and has been built to be more comfortable (including proper V8 power,) then you know it's a great deal.
The bright Art Deco grille, bullet-style headlights, and genuine wire wheels mean this one is going to turn heads. Plus, there are nice details, like the wide running boards on the fiberglass fenders, and the way the rear bumper contours inward to really show off the dual exhaust tips. Panel sedans are so substantial that they are literally hard to miss, and that gets amplified even further on a machine that was painted in modern clearcoat red with plenty of gloss. But even with a bold color, this one doesn't lose its vintage flair. Everything from the two-piece windshield to the way the fender line runs through the doors is an instant reminder of why we love pre-war classics.
The moment you open the door, you can see there was a nice investment in comfort and style. The high-back bucket seats deliver the kind of comfort they could only dream about in the '30s. And this is a very well coordinated package where the red seatbelts go with the carpet. And the door panels bring it all together as they carry the two-tone of the seats as well as the red carpeting. There's even wood trim that coordinates with the Wabbit wood on the dash and Lecarra steering wheel. You have all the best features, like a tilt steering column, crisp Classic Instruments gauges, an AM/FM/cassette stereo, and provisions for R134a air conditioning. Plus, that cargo area is fully finished to coordinate with this package, and it has plenty of protected storage for you to carry all the equipment you need for business, pleasure, or both!
Open the hood, and the smooth firewall, shining components, and overall tidy presentation make the engine bay that's ready to show off. You're looking at a hardy 350 cubic-inch Chevy small block topped with a four-barrel carburetor. Plus, you have great supporting components, like an electronic ignition, transmission cooler, and an aluminum radiator. Also, take some time to look at the undercarriage photos. Because the suspension is exactly what you want to see. Gone are the old-style pre-war components and in their place are great upgrades like a Camaro independent front suspension, a three-speed automatic transmission, Olds power steering box, and power brakes w/discs up front.
Over 80 years later, and this Sedan Delivery is still delivering... only instead of industrial goods, this one is bringing eye-catching attention to your work or play. Don't miss out, call today!