1941 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Town Sedan
1941 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Town Sedan. I have a clear Utah title in my name. This is a very original Chevrolet. Please look closely at all of the photos. The original paint is worn and shows the original primer. The doors, hood, and trunk open and close properly and are aligned. The original interior, including theoriginal carpets are tattered, but you can see how original this 1941 Chevrolet has been kept. The only non-original issue is the 1950sera six cylinder engine.The Chevrolet is very complete and the only thing missing are the lower stainless steel rocker trim pieces that run from the front fenders along the bottom of the doors. There is a dent in the driver's side rear fender, but it can be easily pounded out. Please look at my Ebay feedback score. I have over 1000 positive feedbacks and I highly value my 100% positive score on Ebay. With this in mind, I will list in detail the problem areas of my 1941 Chevrolet. First, Both the 1941Chevrolet and I came into the world 77 years ago. My Dad's first new car was a 1941 Chevrolet, and I was born in 1941. The 77 years have taken a toll on both theChevrolet and I. The reserve on the Chevrolet is a low and less than its value. 1. The 1941Chevrolet Master Deluxe doesn't run and it has not been on the road for several decade, but I don't think it would take much to get it running. I was looking for a 1941 Chev engine, but i've decided to focus on oneprojectsell off the ones I can't get to. 2. The body is straight and has some minor rust issues on both sides of the lower rear section of the cowl. Please look at the photos. The floor on the driver's side has rust problemsclose to the door sill. Over all the floors are good - including the trunk floor. 3. The interior is completely original, including the original carpets, but the seats and headliner are tattered. 4. The engine is a late 1950s Chevrolet six cylinder engine, but it not original to the 1941 Chevrolet. It is missing the carburetor, but otherwise is complete. 5. It is in need of a complete restoration, or will be a great candidate for a hotrod, or patina paint job. I will assist the shipper you select in getting the Chevrolet shipped anywhere in the world. If you have less than five (5) positive feedbacks on Ebay, please message me before bidding. my name is Bob and my phone number is (801) 745-5835. I will gladly answer any questions you have regarding the 1941 Chevrolet. I'm selling off my old cars in order to restore an Austin Healey. Good luck bidding and I hope the 1941 Chevrolet finds a good home.