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1936 Chevy 4-Door Sedan

1936 Chevy 4-Door Sedan
1936 Chevy 4-Door Sedan Photographed at Fred's Car Museum in Appomattox, Virginia. Photos By: Douglas Wilkinson
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1936 Chevrolet Business Coupe

1936 Chevrolet Business Coupe
13,200.00 USD
1936 Chevrolet Business Coupe $13,200 Worldwide Group Auctions The Old Car Heaven Museum Auction Birmingham, Alabama June 19 - 20, 2009 Website: www.wwgauctions.com Lot # 246 CHASSIS NO: 6F00835497 206.3 cid overhead valve inline six-cylinder engine rated at 79 horsepower, three-speed manual transmission, four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes; wheelbase: 109.0" For 1936, Chevrolet fielded two distinctive series with the basic models marketed as the Standard line. This year, all models used the same engine, which made maintenance easier for fleet owners, and for improved construction, The "Turret-Top" all steel Fisher body was a welcomed advancement. This coupe has been treated to a full restoration, finished in Willow Green with ivory pin-striping on the hood louvers, it is trimmed in tan mohair with matching door panels. Rather Spartan when new, a correct vintage factory radio has been installed on this coupe, as well as a fresh-air heater. An outside, rear-mounted spare tire leaves plenty of room in the truck and behind the seats for salesmen making the call or a traveling service rep to carry spare parts and his tools. At just $459 when new, a total of 56,356 business coupes came off the production lines. However, survivors are rare and in this turn-key condition, this may be the last time you can buy a superb specimen such as this, still powered by that tried-and-true stove-bolt six.
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1936 Chevrolet 11-Passenger Bus

1936 Chevrolet 11-Passenger Bus
1936 Chevrolet 11-Passenger Bus Photographed at the Antique Automobile Club of America Museum (AACA) in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Photos by Douglas Wilkinson Model: 1936 Chevrolet Model 6182 with Fitzjohn Body Engine: 6-cylinder The original bus was delivered to Joseph and John Maguire in June of 1936. It operated over the Capitol routes in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania until May of 1940. This replica of the original was constructed by Body-Rite Repair Company using two 1936 Chevrolet sedans.
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1936 Chevy Sedan Street Rod

1936 Chevy Sedan Street Rod
1936 Chevy Sedan Street Rod Location: The Payson Arizona Car Show in Payson, AZ. Date: April 30, 2005 Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Keywords: pictures photos antique vintage classic american car custom hot rod modified
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1936 Chevrolet Cabriolet Resto-Rod

1936 Chevrolet Cabriolet Resto-Rod
99,000.00 USD
1936 Chevrolet Cabriolet Resto-Rod Auction Sale Price: $99,000 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 1016 This is a real 1936 Chevrolet Cabriolet. It is all steel and has no body modifications, damage repairs or replacement panels. It has been 100% Resto-Moded. Used by MGM Studios and used the motion picture industry for years. William Harrah ended up with the car in his collection. Original brochure and original owner's manual. The bumpers are the only chrome on the car that has been refurbished. The car is one of America's Top 100 SuperRods and Street Rod of the Year finalist. Its exposure has been quiet. Its history has value to some but its quality and rareness overcomes all.
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1936 Chevrolet Wayne School Bus

1936 Chevrolet Wayne School Bus
82,500.00 USD
1936 Chevrolet Wayne School Bus Auction Sale Price: $82,500 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 408.1 Super rare 1936 Chevrolet Wayne 12-passenger school bus. Built by Wayne Works Corporation in Union City, Indiana. One of the few prewar school buses known to exist.
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1936 Chevrolet

For Chevrolet, 1936 was a pivotal year, in addition to receiving new styling, with a couple of visual cues taken right from Cadillac, customers drawn to the Chevy agency often came away so impressed, they were driving a new car home. Dependable hydraulic brakes came standard this year, and for the first time the same engine was used for all models. Another innovation was the adoption of the Fisher body "Turret Top" styling, using all-steel body construction where wood had previously been employed. Buyers flocked to the showroom in record numbers as America's economy was starting to rebound, making Chevrolet number one in sales for the first time, outdoing Ford, which it would continue to do up to 1957 and in most years afterwards. Among the many styling touches that helped fuel the switch to top-seller, were the all-chromed headlight bullets, attractive use of chrome on the hood-side panels, and stylish stamped steel simulated spoke wheels.

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