Newstalgia Motors Presents Car No. 00239:

1933 Chevy 5-Window Coupe

1933 Chevy 5-Window Coupe

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Class is in session and it's time for some Old School thanks to this very nice example of a real deal, traditional Old School '60s hot rod. This 1933 Chevy 5-Window Coupe has all the right stuff; Chevy small block, Muncie M22 4 Speed Rock Crusher tranny, and that well-known hot rod stance referred to as "the look".

Highlights:

Exterior
This Coupe was restored 5 years ago as the hot rod we see today with an all steel body and front fenders and fiberglass rear fenders. The 5 year old PPG Monarch Orange base coat clear coat still has a high gloss, spectacular color, and some light road wear because it's a driver, NOT a trailer queen.

Interior
The interior is classic 60's style featuring diamond pleated door panels, the high-back bucket seats are covered in black cloth with hidden speakers in the headrests. The original dash has a full complement of VDO gauges and AM FM stereo. A Corvette steering wheel tops the GM tilt column and a venerable Hurst 4-speed shifter stirs the Muncie 4-speed Rock Crusher. Creature comforts include power windows, driver's seat, trunk release, and cruise control.

Engine and Driveline
The mid-'80s Chevy 350 4-bolt main engine was professionally built by a NASCAR engine builder in the Carolina's. The mill has a good size cam with roller rockers, 750 Holley double pumper carb on an Edelbrock Performer intake manifold, block hugger headers, and a 360o scatter shield bell housing. Behind the engine is a rebuilt Muncie M22 4 Speed Rock Crusher tranny followed by a Chevy 12-Bolt rear differential, housing 3.73 Posi. gears. RPM @ 70 mph is 2,800.

Wheels and Tires
15" US Indy polished dish mag wheels ride on BFG Radial T/A big n' littles tires.

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