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Car For Sale 1949 Chevrolet Business Coupe “SOLD” Thanks AACA!


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For sale, 1949 Chevy Business Coupe(no back seat) with 59,400 miles. Original 216 six cylinder engine and 3 speed transmission. Partial restoration over the last few years. Parts that were in good original condition were left unrestored.

Exterior:

One repaint in original black. Bumpers and grill re-chromed. Original black rubber gravel shields were restored. Wheels have original factory paint and silver stripes with new hubcaps and trim rings. Five B. F. Goodrich Silvertown bias ply WWW tires. Hood ornament and front and rear Chevrolet emblems are original chrome. 

Engine bay:

Engine bay was repainted and detailed. New wiring harness by YNZ. Accessory oil bath air cleaner and A/C oil filter. Engine was gone through; bearing clearances checked, cylinders honed and new rings installed on original pistons, valves ground, all new seals and gaskets installed. Repainted in Chevy grey paint. New clutch, pressure plate, and throwout bearing.

Interior:

Hampton Coach Interior, headliner by SMS Fabrics. All interior painted surfaces are original paint except seat frame and steering wheel. Dash is all original. Radio tuner was installed, but not the speaker(will be included). Original radio delete plate is included.

Trunk:

Original jack and tire pump. Inside of trunk lid is original paint. New trunk mat.

Underside:

Underside of the car is untouched.

 

Known issues:

Windows are a little hard to roll down. I think the tracks might need adjusted. Heater works but the temperature adjustment seems to be stuck.

 

Overall a nice rare car, not perfect though. Clear Ohio title.

 

Car is located in Proctorville Ohio. Asking $17,500 sold as Is.  Call Ed 304-710-7128

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Payment: Payment will need to clear my bank before car and title are released.

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I really enjoy seeing these photos! When I was much younger, My mom's first car when she got her driver's license (when I was about twelve), was a 1950 business coupe very similar to this one!  Even then, it was an odd car, with that rear deck where the rear seat wasn't. The almost carboard panel that folded forward so larger items could be carried in the trunk and back of the cabin. With no rear seat, we had wooden boxes sitting on that rear deck for us kids to sit and ride on (no seat belts in those days!). Oh, the memories. One day, a few years later, the engine blew up. The car was deemed not worth fixing for our needs, and was sold to someone with big plans for it. 

One sees so few like this. I don't think I have seen more than three or four of them since that one went away.

 

It makes me wish I could afford it. But I can't.

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