1939 Chevrolet Master De Luxe Town Sedan Hot Street Rod

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Santa Maria, California, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Master De Luxe
SubModel: Town Sedan
Type: Sedan
Trim: Hot Street Rod Show
Year: 1939
Mileage: 40,700
VIN: 2240761
Color: Cranberry
Engine: 350 Chevy
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Beauty Rose
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear

1939 Chevrolet Master De Luxe Hot Street Rod Show

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Presenting to you is one of the most gorgeous '39 Chevy Master De Luxe Town Sedans in the world! This stunning beauty of a street rod is an outstanding show winner. From top to bottom, inside and out, careful attention to detail and proudly made in the USA craftsmanship pride have been used, performed, and executed while building the fine example of Americana.

She is a hot rod at heart that features a healthy supercharged combination. 6-71 B&M blower on a built small block 350 Chevy roller engine. Making all the magic happen as air is drawn in are, 2 B&M high flow intake filters, feeding 2 four barrel Edelbrock carburetors on top of the B&M 6-71 mega blower, blowing through the big valve heads that are opened up by the Comp Cams roller rockers and cam, pumped by the forged bottom end, and exhaled through coated Hooker Super Comp headers hushed down by “H” piped Flow Master 2 chamber mufflers, and she sounds amazing.

Feeding the beast of an engine is a Holley fuel system drawing from a new performance fuel tank assembly with stainless steel fuel lines. Transferring torque and power flawlessly, is a built automatic TH350 GM transmission with custom drive shaft mated to a GM 12 bolt rear end and shifted by a Lokar billet shifter. She is body off chassis car restoration and is sitting on a custom Kugel Komponents front chassis, consisting of cast stainless steel upper and lower control arms, stainless steel spindles, 4 piston billet brake calipers with power brakes, billet coil over shocks, rotor cover, and extra heavy duty cross member for rack and pinion steering. With all chrome and stainless hardware used throughout. Further improving handling and reducing body roll are front and rear sway bars that are chromed, polished, painted and detailed.

She performs as good as she looks with the Kugel Komponents IFS. The superb handling cannot even be compared to the original. This IFS is updated, confidence inspiring and feels predictable. The combination of horsepower, chrome, polished metal and detailed paint resemble a full show car trailer queen, but the build quality utilizing top shelf parts along with years of experienced craftsmen make this hot street rod a reliable and exciting joy to drive. Cruising down the highway in this '39 at speed is pure Joy.

It was painted by Richard Enos, who was a famous Central Coast hot rod painter and builder, in a custom cranberry metallic with subtle ghost flames. The body is completely rust free and shines with a brilliant glow. Inside for the interior is a custom mixture of leather, vinyl and tweed upholstery all put together. Additional comfort optimization consists of custom padded leather steering wheel, Bowtie cluster with VDO gauges, Bowtie Retro stereo, power windows, and fan for A/C and heater systems, all surrounded by custom tinted windows. The insulation, carpet, plush interior and comfy seats make it a joy to drive on long trips as interior road noise and harmonics have been kept to a minimum to maximize comfort.

The '39 is rolling on genuine mirror polished 14” Boyds wrapped with Kelly tires. 205/70 R14 front & 225/70 R14 rear tires. The engine is fully dressed up with billet pulleys, brackets and polished accessories. Engine cooled by Walker custom big brass radiator with 18” Spal electric cooling pusher fan, Bowtie radiator cap, BeCool hoses & high flow pump. Ignition firing it up comes from MSD billet dist, MSD 6AL capacitive discharge ignition box with rev limiter & MSD Blaster high vibration coil, and with MSD spark plug wires completing the circuit.

Last but not least, what every true show car has, a mural and a blemish. The mural represents fun and when you become its new owner, you will definitely have a lot of fun. The blemish is a slight dent and scratch near the fuel filler neck cover on the right rear fender and can be seen in the picture of the right rear corner of car. The blemish is easily overlooked but represents nothing is truly ever perfect.

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