The Chevy Fleetline Aerosedan is an intriguing car in the first place, but this resto-mod turns things up to 11!
Classic cars are intriguing things to look at, but often at big shows you’ll find several versions of the same model — not ideal if your aim is to stand out from the crowd. Resto-mod cars are more popular than ever, giving enthusiasts the opportunity to own something totally bespoke. This 1942 Chevrolet Aerosedan is a prime example of a modified classic that will turn heads.
Currently for sale with Lost and Found Classic Car Co, the resto-mod machine in question is based on Chevy’s Fleetline Aerosadan. The two-door fastback model featured some distinctive styling that has been amplified during this metamorphosis. The car has been chopped, smoothed, and Frenched to very high standards, creating a beautifully sculptural machine in the process. If you’re a fan of Artdeco design, this one is for you.
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The interior has been drastically overhauled and is far more akin to a modern car than a classic. A touchscreen infotainment system is now at the center of the dashboard with other gizmos such as power seats, power windows, and a USB socket joining the roster. The cabin is lined with grey leather and other plush materials to give a more cosseting feeling to the passenger space.
Underneath that proud hood is a 350 cubic-inch V8 engine that’s sure to deliver the appropriate performance for such a unique car. A Turbo 350 automatic transmission and power steering should make cruising to an event effortless, while independent front suspension and disc brakes boost the abilities of this chassis.
Wrap all of this in some highly polished two-tone paintwork divided by a mesmerizing pinstripe, and you have a package that speaks volumes about the person behind the wheel. If this creative creation is something that resonates with you Lost and Found Classic Car Co have this model listed for $39,500.
Source: Lost and Found Classic Car Co