1934 Chevrolet 4-Door Standard Sedan

Technical specifications of Chevrolet 4-Door Standard Sedan 1934

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Local pick-up only
Make: Chevrolet
Model: 4-Door Standard Sedan
Type: Sedan
Doors: 4
Year: 1934
Mileage: 675
VIN: N8590
Color: Other
Engine size: 350 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

Elegantly aggressive that's exactly how you should view this 1934 Chevrolet four-door sedan that has been expertly built for both show and go. With rich maroon paintwork, a correct-looking A/C interior, and a performance-built small block, it's everything you want in one distinctive street machine.
The main body is all General Motors steel, a rarity these days. Chevy's styling feels sleeker and more contemporary than the Fords you see running around. The running boards have been modified to fiberglass to get that terrific swoopy styling, but in total, the GM metal has a solid feeling you understand the moment the doors latch. This sedan has been heavily invested in to make it a great custom, and you know it the moment the sunshine hits the paint. The Royal Maroon is deep, dark, and shiny, and so you'll instantly dig it (maybe that's why it earned the nickname "Digger"?) In fact, with paint this nice, the brightwork had to up its game to amazing on places like the bold hood ornaments, bumpers, headlight surrounds, and the waterfall grille. This custom coupe even gets the details right with the amber fog lights, black vinyl roof, and pinstripe behind the spare wheel. In fact, the best hints at the real power this classic has are the quad exhaust tips and wide wire wheels.
When you open the door, this continues its incognito speed machine attitude. Plush mohair seats with matching door panels and headliner make this look more a regal sedan than a hot rod. And there's modern R134a air conditioning to keep everyone nice and cool. Even the banjo-style steering wheel and the wood grain on the dash do a great job of fully hiding the aggression. And the upgraded AutoMeter gauge package has the vintage style that looks correct in a 1930s machine. But the moment you twist the key, the rumble instantly reveals the power upgrade.
Digger is powered by a mighty 350 cubic-inch V8 that's been enhanced by an Offenhauser intake with a set of triple-deuce Rochester carburetors on top. And since the rumble of the header-fed dual exhaust will have everyone wondering what's under the hood, there has been plenty invested in polished components to make sure this one is always ready to show off. This is a true hot rod setup with a four-link front end, adjustable front coilovers, and a stout 10-bolt rear end. But more than just powerful, this one was meant to be an all-around driver, too. For example, the three-speed transmission is strong enough to handle all the extra power, and it's also ready to settle into automatic cruising at a moment's notice. Plus, you have power steering, thick sway bars front & rear, and upgraded four-wheel disc brakes.
This is a thoughtful, unique, and speedy total package. So if you like to stand out in all the best ways, call today!

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