1937 Chevy 2-Door Sedan Street Rod

Price: - Item location: Clovis, California, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Other
  • Year: 1937
  • Mileage: 33,962
  • VIN: 21GB0732467
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1937 Chevrolet Other

1937 Chevy 2-Door Sedan
Running, driving, family friendly and ready to make your own street rod. The gentleman that owns her is going in a different direction in life and needs room in the garage. For the last year or so she hasn't seen much drive time.
The car has an interesting back story. She was built at the North Dakota School of Science by instructor Jim Jacobson and staff approximately 15-20 years ago. Then sold.She sports an all steel body and fenders. Titled as a 1937 Chevy, but has a few 1938 parts used.
Here are her highlights:
1974 Chevy 454ci .30 overTRW Forged pistonsCrane CamCrane LiftersRoller RockersHEI DistributorForged crankSS ValvesAluminized exhaustTurbo 400 Trans-2400 stall converter7 Core RadiatorLong Water Pump w/Flowkooler impellerHayden Electric FanTransmission Cooler
72 Amp AlternatorRon Francis wiring systemRockvalley electric wipersHalogen Headlights
1982 Monte Carlo 10 Bolt rear end 355 ration1974 Nova Sub-frame, narrowed 3.5 inchesMustang Brake Master Cylinder and booster for front disc brakesWillwood proportioning valveSS brake linesFront Sway Bar16 Gallon Tanks fuel tank
Front and rear seats from a 1988 Buick.Seat belts front and rear1970 Malibu Tilt steering columnVDO Vintage series gaugesGrey/Red tweadTinted glassManual windows3rd brake lightVintage Air Conditioning
15x7 Centerline wheels front and rearTow hitch receiver
She drives and steers excellent! Doesn't run too bad either. There is 33k on the build and there are few things that need attention.Rock chips on the front of the front fenders.Passenger wind wing doesn't work correctly.Stereo and interior light won't come on.Paint bubble right in the middle of the drivers door.About a 2-inch crack in the drivers side fender (A garage lawn mower incident)
The car is a really good driver. She was built very solid and reliable. It's ready for a new home. You can take this car for a reasonable price and make her your own. You don't need a million bucks to have fun.Feel free to have her inspected or come see her
On a side note, the owner is looking for a WWII Jeep and Trailer if you want to trade.