This 1931 Chevrolet 3-window coupe inspires intrigue from every angle. From the interesting history, to the leather-clad A/C interior, to the powerful and flashy V8 – it's a true attention-getter in every crowd.
The rare 3-window coupe body has instant appeal. After all, Chevy had a distinct style that can you see everywhere from the trunk to the cowl vents. And we know you'll love telling people that this coupe is even rarer than they think, because the steel body and chassis is a Canadian-built Chevy. But it's far more than just history that has you attracted to this one. You can instantly tell this is a very custom machine thanks to a bold two-tone paint. It combines a bright silver with a copper color borrowed from the Dodge Viper. The sleek feeling is amplified by the sport side mirror and a body that's free from excess trim. And fiberglass fender and running boards do a fantastic job of containing the 15-inch Weld racing wheels (with tall tires in the back for that perfect aggressive stance.) Even the details are terrific with Chevy bow ties in the taillights and exhaust tips.
The fob-activated remote door openers are your first hint at a full custom interior. When you look inside, you'll see one of the most comfortable cruisers around. It starts with the individuality of dual bucket seats. The copper and gray leather here matches the door panels and trunk as well as coordinates with the tones of the carpeting and dash. Don't you just love how the Chevy bowties have been nicely added throughout? You get a sports steering wheel on the tilt steering column. and beyond that is a full set of classic style VDO gauges. This Chevy has been modified to really offer thoughtful extras, that's why there's R134a air conditioning, power windows, and the AM/FM/CD stereo is in a custom overhead console. There's even Dynawrap under the floor boards for better sound and heat insulation.
With so much attention to detail paid to the interior and exterior, you better believe the engine bay is impressive, too. The V8 looks great with polished components like the air topper, alternator, Chevrolet-branded valve covers, and much more. Beyond the style, you'll find the substance of a 350 cubic-inch motor borrowed from a 1970 Corvette. It inhales deeply through a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as headers feed the dual exhaust. But don't just hear the rumble; follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There you'll spot everything from a nicely painted frame, to a Mustang-II style independent front suspension finished in chrome. Add in a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes, and this is the looker you can drive everywhere with ease.
This is a hot rod that's unique in its appearance, its features, and its history. It has all the good things you want when it's time to bring “something unique” to the car show. A rare and desirable early '30s steel body Chevrolet won't last long in our showroom, so don't miss out. Call now!