An all-steel 1932 Chevrolet 5-window coupe that has been built less than 1,400 miles ago to this level of detail is already worth the price alone. But then you see some great features like the cold A/C, independent rear suspension, and an overdrive transmission. And now you realize that this one was built to comfortably show off everywhere near and far.
The steel body has a solid feeling you understand the moment the doors latch. And while a rare five-window coupe will always have appeal, this one has been heavily investments to make it a great custom street machine. And everyone knows it the moment it comes into sight thanks to the way this metallic green radiates in the sunlight. And the detail work is terrific, too. For example, while most people will be admiring the shine of the headlight housings and mounting bracket, you'll appreciate the practicality of the well-integrated turn signals. Great classic brightwork elements like the bumpers, grille, taillights, and luggage rack are nicely combined with modem performance pieces like the Centerline wheels that are staggered 14/15 inches front/rear for a terrific stance. Plus, the grips on the cowl vents are have a great golden hue against the green. It's an overall package that tells people this was a thoughtful build.
Inside this custom provides plenty of comfort for two. It starts with the individuality of dual bucket seats. This tan color upholstery matches the door panels and trunk as well as coordinates with the tones of the carpeting and wood finish on the dash. You get an artful steering wheel on the tilt steering column. Beyond that is a full set of Speedhut gauges. This Chevy has been modified to really offer thoughtful extras, that's why there's an AM/FM stereo in the overhead console, and the R134a air conditioning can keep you and your passenger cool on long trips.
You may want to put on your sunglasses before looking into the engine bay. The finned valve covers, alternator, plug shields, air topper, and much more have a great polished presentation. But beyond the bright appearance is the hardy performance of a 350 cubic-inch V8. It inhales deeply through a Weber four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority from the dual exhaust. But don't just hear the rumble; follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There you're going to spot a great presentation of components that are polished or match the exterior green – more signs of a truly thoughtful build. And we bet you've also spotted some great driving features like the four-wheel disc brakes and independent rear suspension. Plus, with the new 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission (less than 400 miles on it,) you have a cool cruiser with highway-friendly overdrive.
This is the fresh build that's comfortable for everything from the Power Tour to the morning commute. How many '32 coupes can you say do that?! That's why you know you need to hurry to grab this one. Call today!!!