1926 CHEVROLET Other
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1926 Chevrolet Superior Coupe With all the custom fiberglass street rods driving around it is nice to see a car like this 1926 Chevrolet Superior still on the road. This is a survivor car that will be celebrating its 90th anniversary this year! The car is mostly original with no known past restoration other than some minor roof repair work. The steel body is in good shape and coated in a two tone Green with Black on the fenders and bumpers. These cars were also referred to as Landau coupes and this car still has the unchopped standard roof height with the landau bars mounted to both sides. The original headlights are in place up front as well as the original louvered hood panels and even the Moto Meter radiator cap. The radiator cap was actually modified by one of the original owners and houses a nostalgic picture. In the rear you will find the original spare set up with a central taillight. The original wheels are in place throughout and are green to match the body. Powering the car is a 1927 4 cylinder motor that starts up well. Thats right this almost 1 century old classic is still running and driving! They used to title a lot of cars based on the motor number so a title that pairs with the 27 motor comes with the car as well as the original 1926 4 cylinder. A manual 3 speed transmission is mated to the motor and shifts through the gears without problems. The interior of the car features a beige cloth covered bench seat with black covering some of the interior panels. The original woodgrain steering wheel sits nicely in front of the driver and the column is painted black. This was an era where dashes were kept pretty simple which is still the case with this car today as it is topped with only the original gauges, original ignition and the added electronic ignition with push button start. Everyday cars like this are disappearing and becoming harder to find. They are truly pieces of history! Have fun with this great classic for only $15,950.00! NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $14,950.00!
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