This 1938 Chevrolet tudor sedan is an all-steel rod that gets big points for style and comfort. Far less common than Fords, this bowtie cruiser will stand out from the crowd and not just because of the brilliant Torch Red paint job. Look closely at this 1938 Chevy and you''ll see a ton of cool details like the body line that comes off the front fenders and extends into the doors, the wrap-around grille that''s been painted body color, and the trick grilles in the hood help define this rod. Of course, without a top-quality finish, it''s all academic, and fortunately the guys who built this one were pros. The body fits together beautifully, with tight gaps and excellent shut lines all around, surely even better than it was when it was new. All the factory trim remains intact, although it has been bathed in that eyeball-searing Torch red paint, and you''ll appreciate things like the door handles, original taillight housings stuffed with LED bulbs, and original bumpers painted to match the body. It gives the car a unique look that bridges the gap between 1938 and today. Inside there''s a beautiful black leather interior with comfortable Monte Carlo bucket seats up front and a custom rear bench that makes this a comfortable cruiser for four. The dash has been fitted with Auto Meter gauges fitted into hand-made aluminum panels with a matching glove box lid. The center stack contains the controls for the Vintage Air A/C system, which feeds through some subtle eyeball vents. Pleated door panels maintain the retro feel, and fresh black carpets remain in excellent condition after 7700 miles of cruising. The steering wheel has been lifted from a late-model Chevy, so it retains the bowtie emblem in the center, which is a neat touch. In back, the trunk has been upholstered to match and offers a surprising amount of room, making this an ideal candidate for long road trips. Road trips are easy with the 350 TBI cubic inch crate motor living under the hood. Dressed for show with a ton of chrome, it delivers great power and surprising economy, as the current owner reports 22 MPG on the highway. Some credit surely goes to the 700R4 automatic overdrive transmission as well as the Lincoln Versailles rear end, which offers a highway-friendly gear set as well as rear disc brakes. Up front, an independent Mustang II type setup allows that low, raked stance. A custom dual exhaust system features Flowmaster mufflers and the large capacity fuel tank allows this Chevy to cruise all day. Stylish Ansen Sprint aluminum wheels have a very traditional look, especially when fitted with a big-n-little tire combination. This awesome Chevy represents a huge bang for the buck, a fully-sorted rod that''s ready to rock for a fraction of the build cost. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.