1930 Chevrolet Coupe
The 1930 Chevrolet Series AD Universal required a second look to distinguish it from the 1929 Chevrolet, but a number of improvements were nonetheless evident.
These modifications were evolutionary, but they resulted in a much-improved automobile. And Chevy, locked in a sales struggle with Ford, was able to cut prices by about five percent. At midyear, wire wheels, previously supplied only with Sports models, became a no-cost option throughout the line. Bumpers, however, still cost extra.
What can you say about a 1930 Chevrolet Coupe? How bout' very cool. This coupe is an older restoration but maintained in like new condition. A really well running 194 CI six cylinder putting out 50 HP and backed up with a three-speed transmission. It goes down the road like a new car (in 1930 of course). A nice color combination of a red body and black fenders offset by a gorgeous light brown cloth interior. If you are into early 30's Chevys than you need to check this coupe out.