1931 Chevrolet Woody Wagon - Unique and Rare - Stand out from the Crowd
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Other
- SubModel: Woody
- Type: Wagon
- Year: 1931
- Mileage: 67,000
- VIN: A3187599
- Color: Black
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Interior color: Tan
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1931 Chevrolet Other WoodyVehicle 1931 Chevy Woody Wagon
Your chance to stand out from the crowd. You will definately have the only one on the block. This woody is ready for action. The 50 hp 6cyl engine gives you more than enough power to get around in style.
The wood and paint has been refreshened and looks very sharp. The car comes with a couple of boxes of spare parts and a second rim for the side mount.
Before "woody" station wagons were factory-authorized the 1931 Chevrolet Series AE station wagon already was sporting the style on the road.
Eight years later Chevrolet offered its first factory-authorized "woody" station wagon. Chevrolet was one of the many makes then being used to provide the running gear for special-order aftermarket wagon conversions.. The 1931 Chevrolet Series AE station wagon shown here uses brown vinyl instead of the original leather.
Those constructed in 1931 used the new Series AE chassis. Its 109-inch wheelbase was two inches longer than the previous year's. The 50-horsepower 194-cid ohv six-cylinder engine got a new crankshaft vibration damper a heavier flywheel and a block with added strengthening ribs.
On the outside there was a new grille design revised hood louvers and a new headlight bar that also supported the horn on the left side.
It was the commercial-car chassis that commonly got the call from wagon builders. The chassis has been built to light-commercial specifications. The AE chassis also served as the basis for a series of light-commercial vehicles.
These light trucks were marked by details such as beefier springs and an underseat fuel tank rather than one at the rear. But bodywork was nearly identical to that of the cars.. The AE wagon has roll-up glass in all four doors and side curtains for the rear quarters.
On the outside it wears the bright trim of the DeLuxe package first offered for commercials in 1931 to spruce up the looks of vehicles that needed a nattier image.. The engine of the Chevrolet AE wagon got a new crankshaft vibration damper in 1931.