1940 Chevrolet Master Deluxe
Modified Hot Rod
1940 Chevrolet Master Deluxe -
327ci V8 w/4Speed Manual Transmission - Holley 4 BBL Carb - Custom Interior - Centerline Wheels -
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This car was built by an enthusiast in 2001, with the idea that he would like a classic car that was comfortable to enjoy. This custom was built with some nice parts to make being on the road a little better compared to a stock '40 Chevy. A/C, supportive, plush seats, and a capable 327ci V8 make this car perfect for long drives, or short local cruises and shows.
The classic shape of the '40 Master Deluxe Coupe has been maintained since only a few custom touches on this two tone custom. Vertical slat tail lights molded into the rear fenders, bumpers with deleted bumperettes, modern mirrors, and smoothed running boards are a few of the obvious changes made to the exterior. This sleek, forward raked coupe now sits on 15” Centerline 2 piece billet wheels which brighten up the exterior.
Like the exterior, the interior features a number of custom touches including a group of aftermarket gauges, Hurst shifter, Vintage Air A/C system, tilt steering column with late model Chevy steering wheel, front bucket seats, and deleted rear seat. Cruising down the road peering through the split windshield, past the pointed hood and teardrop shaped headlamps is a great feeling. Under the hood is a 327ci V8 mated to a 4-speed manual. A Holley 4 barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake manifold help the V8 breathe a little easier.
This is a nicely finished, custom with a classic shape, comfortable interior, and a strong powerplant. It's ready for new caretakers to enjoy and pamper this custom like the previous owner.
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