It's easy to fit in with the street rod scene while being unique all at the same time... All it takes is this 1940 Chevrolet Master Deluxe. After all, it has the classic big fender looks and rumbling V8 we all love. But this one is a rarer bow tie custom finished in a very memorable paint scheme.
Sinisterly black and seriously custom... that's the first impression this Chevy makes. No need to chop the pre-war steel, because with the stance lowered, this one already has the intimidation factor of a freight train. In the rear, the black paint has the right amount of gloss to really show off the curve of the trunk lid. The black paint's luster also makes a great complement to the mirror-like grille, chrome bumpers, and Boyds alloy wheels. But the real masterful touch is all the color that uses the black as a backdrop. This is more than just custom pinstriping as blue, purple, and pink dance across the entire profile. And they even draw attention the fenders and license plate. Plus, it's even outlined in silver and green. So you get a detailed package that ensures this one will always be unique wherever it shows up.
Inside are plenty of reminders that this custom build has comfort and quality in mind. It starts with the well-coordinated custom tweed interior finished in a smart-looking blue with blue accents. Everyone gets individual seating, even in the rear. Yours is a bucket seat that has the kind of bolstering that would make some new cars jealous. Plus, the comfort continues with a ton of great features like power windows, center console, an AM/FM/CD stereo w/equalizer, and cold-blowing modern R134a air conditioning. And as you grab the Momo sports steering wheel and gaze at the VDO gauge panel, you get that unmistakable tingle of performance.
Under the hood is plenty of Chevy power for this classic Chevy. The 350 cubic-inch crate V8 has some nice flair around it with the polished fan shroud, alternator, air topper, pulleys, and firewall. Just as important, you get some nice performance upgrades like a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and HEI ignition. While this powerplant makes a nice sound out of the dual exhaust, there also is a practical side with components like the electric fan to keep you cool in traffic. And that's exactly how to see this street rod – an intimidation machine that's really meant to be an easy driver. You see it in other features, too, such as the updated independent front suspension with disc brakes and power steering. Add in the three-speed automatic transmission, cruise control, and the grip of Goodyear Eagles, and this classic is an easy choice for more than just Sunday drives to the car show.
Great looks, great features, and a unique personality – this is the street rod for those who enjoy driving their classics and standing out while doing it. Don't miss this opportunity to be different. Call today!!!