Show Off In A Rare 1937 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Slant Back

Aug 27, 2019 2 min read
Show Off In A Rare 1937 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Slant Back

Dare to be different in this stunning Pastel Aqua Chevy hot rod.

If you are growing tired of seeing row after row of the same Ford hot rods at your local car show, then this may be the perfect solution. Classic Auto Mall is excited to announce this rare 1937 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Slant Back for consignment. The current asking price as of this writing is set at $32,900, and you can make an offer on the rodded Chevy here. You may want to act fast, as these are super hard to find and have become like the hens’ teeth. This particular example has been rodded, shaved, and dressed in an eye-catching Pastel Aqua paint job.

This Master Deluxe boasts some interesting mods like shaved bumpers, shaved door and trunk handles and a covered trunk sans spare tire. Other features include tinted glass, sleek front fenders that fade into a running board, and 1939 Chevrolet headlights. This car wears a beautiful Pastel Aqua coat that’s in good show condition. A thin red pinstripe begins at the base of the long radiator grille up front, then curves up to the beltline and runs to the where it gets wider. A nice pinstriped flourish is added to the rear swoop, under which we find dual exhausts with chrome tips that have moved to the center. This stunning hot rod rides on shiny five-spoke stamped Cragar wheels with aqua centers.

A remote opens the suicide doors and gives you access to the gray burlap-style fabric interior framed by Aqua painted metal and dark turquoise armrests. The dual bucket seats guarantee comfort with several adjustment knobs. A matching rear bench stretches across from panel to panel in the same material. The Aqua metal dashboard houses a machined instrument cluster and a tilt Lecarra steering wheel. Air conditioning, power steering, and electric windshield wipers have been installed. The cabin also features an overhead console with a radio and CD player.

This beauty is powered by a DNJ 305 cubic-inchi V8 engine Circa 1975. It’s topped by a single four-barrel carburetor and mated to a TH350 three-speed automatic transmission. Power flows to the Ford 9-inch rear. The patina black-coated undercarriage boasts nearly nonexistence surface rust. Underneath, you’ll also find power disc brakes in the front and power drums at the rear. Mustang II supplies the front suspension, while the rear suspension is leaf spring.

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