Gateway Classic Cars Houston Showroom is excited to present this 1938 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Sedan. The Master Deluxe was manufactured from 1933-1942. It was produced as Chevrolets top of the line passenger model. Numerous body styles were available including two-door coupe, two-door cabriolet, four-door sedan, and a pickup truck.This 1938 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Sedan Flat Back restomod has an all- steel body sitting on a boxed steel frame. Beautifully painted in Copper Pearl Durango and Prifferon Orange with painted graphics. The frame and engine are also painted in the same color scheme. A set of Boyd alloy wheels add to this hotrods good looks. The interior is elegantly done in beige tweed cloth. Comfort comes from the power front bench seat, tilt steering wheel, overhead console-mounted AM/FM/CD radio, modern gauge package, seat belts, and Vintage Air HVAC. Under the hood is a small block Chevy V8 with ceramic coated headers and a 4BBL carb. A mild cam and an electric fan are additional features. A TH350 automatic transmission is attached to an 8" Ford rear end with a 2.92 gear ratio. Suspension features include a Mustang II front end with front coil overs and regular shocks in the rear. Power front disk brakes and power steering make for a great handling machine. Other added features include Flowmaster dual exhaust with large chromed trumpet tips, battery saver, and electric wipers.
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Our Houston Showroom became Gateway Classic Cars eighth location in January 2015 and is 15 minutes North from Downtown Houston.
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