1932 Chevrolet Confederate 2 Door Sedan
The Paint: Beautiful Navy Blue in base/coat, clear/coat, over the original all steel body, fenders and running boards.

The Engine: Chevrolet 400 small block, nicely rebuilt, bored to 406 CID with Aluminum intake, manifold, 4 bbl carb., ceramic coated headers, electronic ignition

The Transmission: GM Turbo 350 3 speed automatic, rebuilt. Lokar shifter

The Differential: Ford 8” with 2.70:1 ratio with Auburn gears and Posi-traction

The Suspension: Front: Straight axle with multi-leaf, sway-bar
  Rear: Multi-leaf, new shocks, trailing arms, sway-bar

The Interior: Completely restored. Upholstered in a gray comfortable cloth, original split front seating, rear bench, seat belts, beautiful head liner, and carpeting, Full gauge pod in factory location, Original steering column and wheel.

Power Steering

4 wheel hydraulic drum brakes

All VDO gauges work

All lights work

Turn signals work

Original single windshield wiper

All glass is excellent, all windows roll up and down easily, front windshield cranks out for ventilation as original

Cowl vent is operable

Complete new updated wiring harnesses

The horn works

Emergency brake works

Aftermarket stereo system with remote

Master cut-off switch

Chrome bumpers, headlight/turn signal bar, and running board trim is all absolutely beautiful

Dual tail lights

Full dual exhaust system with Flow-master mufflers

15” polished Centerline wheel with radial all around

Do you like your Hotrods clean, crisp, and perhaps, a little “Cammie”, well, if so, this 1932 Chevy Sedan is just about perfect!
There is absolutely no fiberglass, or plastic body parts, panels, or running boards in this Confederate 2 door, and the paint is as deep, and clean as it can be!
The Chrome bumpers and such are practically flawless, the interior couldn't be any cleaner, and this Sedan, engine and drive-train wise is set up excellently. Turn the key and the nicely warmed over 400 jumps to life, and all of the clean VDO gauges indicate the engines operating stats like they should, including the matching column mounted tachometer, pull the Lokar shifter into the drive position, and the Turbo 350 takes over, and shifts this sedan flawlessly.
The seats are comfortable, and this sedan drives so easily with power steering, nice suspension upgrades, and excellent functioning brakes, you'll just want to keep driving all day and and all night long.
Chevrolet's of this era had some of their roof, door, and floor structure made of wood, so consequently, there just isn't as many around as the Fords of the era. This particular sedan however; has been completely restored, utilizing it's original metal, and wood, and the quality of the work and all mechanical and structural components throughout the car are truly amazing.
If you are an enthusiast of these pre-war vehicles, and are considering a top quality, excellent in every way sedan, coupe, Ford, Chevy, Dodge Bros....Whatever, you would be hard pressed to find one any nice than this one right here!
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