1935 Chevrolet Master Deluxe
The Master Deluxe series was introduced by Chevrolet in 1933 to replace the Eagles from previous years. A Standard and Master were also introduced but the Master Deluxe topped the list. They were sold with both the highest trim level and best equipment. 1935 was a unique year for Chevrolet because they used what they called "Turret Top" construction. This meant steel was used in the entire construction and wood was no longer used in the body including the roof and the chassis. This is great news for restorers because the cars previously with wood are a bit more difficult to find and wood obviously rots quicker than steel. Another unique feature was the factory suicide doors that these cars received. This beautiful Master Deluxe has undergone a complete frame off restoration with no corners cut throughout. It is an all steel body and entirely rust free. All of the paint and body work was professionally done and the original steel wears a very unique two tone Gold Mist/Bronze paint job which suits this luxurious classic well. It really does highlight the body lines of the Master Deluxe and has a great shine out in the sun. It has a split front windshield with electric wipers and all of the glass is new. The chrome all looks great including the bumpers, trim and added dual side mirrors. The bumpers have been rechromed. It has its original style headlights and LED lights were added in the rear. It sits on new Billet Specialties Aluminum wheels with BF Goodrich tires.
Propelling this classic down the road is a 350 V8 crate motor that has around 300 miles on it since it was installed. It is fitted with a 650 Holly carburetor with electric choke, new distributor, aluminum valve covers, and a billet air cleaner. It has no problem running cool thanks to the aluminum radiator and electric fan with shroud. The car sounds great with stainless steel headers into dual exhaust that exits out of the rear. The 700R4 with overdrive transmission shifts smoothly and sends power back through the new drive shaft to the new 9 inch Ford rear end. It is clear from front to back nothing on this thing has been left untouched. The car sits on a boxed frame and during the rebuild the undercarriage was all sand blasted, epoxy primered, and painted. The suspension system has been completely reworked with a Heidts Super Ride system up front, a 4 link in the rear and adjustable coil overs in both front and rear. Other new components include the new gast tank, new gas lines, all new brake lines, disc brakes, and a new painless wiring harness.
The interior is very well done with all new Beige ultra leather upholstery and new carpet. It is in great shape throughout. It has dual bucket seats up front and both are power adjustable. In front of the driver sits a painted to match Ididit tilt steering column topped off with a new steering wheel. The power windows and power door locks all function correctly and are nice updated features to have. It also has a Vintage Air Condition with both heat and defrost. The Lokar shifter moves through the gears smoothly with no issues.
This car is in great condition throughout and is ready for a new home. It has never been driven in the rain and has been garage kept and well maintained since completed. Additional pictures coming soon!
Add it to your collection for $57,750.00!
This vehicle is located in Hibbing, Minnesota.