Replacing the Chevrolet Eagle in 1933 was the Master and Master Deluxe line. This was an interesting time for vehicles as they still had prominent fenders but we started to see them being more integrated into the body and lead into the look of the 40s vehicles. This 1939 Chevy Coupe is an all original car and is in excellent condition. It was clearly restored at some point in its life and runs/drives like a fully restored car. The slick Black paint is in great condition and this car doesn't have a spot of rust anywhere. The fit and finish is very high quality. The chrome is in great condition as well as is all of the trim, etc. The glass is all good and it has the two piece windshield up front. The car rides on its original Black wheels with Chevrolet Hubcaps wrapped in Deluxe wide white wall tires.
Under the 4 piece hood is the cars original 6 cylinder motor. It fires right up and runs great. The car really does cruise down the road nicely. Paired with the motor is its original 3 speed manual transmission that sends power back through the enclosed driveshaft to the stock rear end. The undercarriage of the car is very clean especially considering it is a 82 year old car. The floors are solid with no issues.
The interior has been kept all original as well. It has its original style upholstery with a split bench seat. It is a business coupe so in back is the extra storage which was very important for salesmen back in the day. The beige dash has the original layout, original gauges, and even has the original style fan mounted to the center of the dash.
If you could travel back in time to 1939 to visit a Chevy dealer this car is exactly what you would fine. It truly is a well preserved and restored timepiece that might even be nicer than when it rolled off the factory line.