1940 Chevrolet Special Deluxe Coupe
The Color: Tuxedo Black with Blue Pearl, base/coat, clear/coat over an “All Steel body, and stainless running boards
The Engine: 355 CID Small block Chevrolet, with aluminum heads and intake manifold, 4 bbl carburetor, headers, and electronic ignition
Transmission: 700R4 Automatic with overdrive on the column
Differential: GM 10 Bolt with 3.22:1 Gear ratio
Mustang II independent front suspension
Rear Air Ride suspension with Ladder bars
Comfortable Jet black custom velour interior
Power 4 wheel disc brakes
“Vintage Air” Air conditioning and heat system
Tilt Steering column with billet Grant steering wheel
VDO gauges mounted in a billet aluminum panel including a functioning clock on the glove compartment
Electronic ignition system
Hidden fuel cell in the trunk
Sony CD sound system
Stainless steel running boards
Dual exhaust with flow-master mufflers
American Racing wheels with Hoosier raised white letter radials
This Chevy Deluxe Coupe is a perfect example of a clean, strait good looking hot rod, with all of the amenities you need for comfort, and style whether on a road trip, or crusin’ to a car show. To put it simply, this Coupe is a unique, reliable, nice driving ‘40 Chevy Hot Rod. Very nice original body panels, and no rust in the floors or frame make this Chevy one to keep, and use anytime, anywhere.
This Chevy drives down the road very smoothly, and would be very comfortable on a long trip. The updated automatic with overdrive transmission, makes for a comfortable long distance ride claiming as much as 26 mpg on the open road. Want a true hot rod you can actually drive anywhere in comfort? This is it!
The 355 CID small block engine starts, and runs excellent. Cold Air conditioning, power windows, power steering, power 4 wheel disc brakes, and velour seating for comfort in hot or cold weather puts this coupe right in the sweet spot for comfortable driving.
You don’t have to be concerned about overheating as this Chevy is equipped with an excellent cooling system to include a thermostatically controlled engine fan.
A good looking 1940 Chevy coupe dressed in traditional hot-rod form, with all of the equipment to make this a car you will surely enjoy every time you drive it. Fun car!!