This 1932 Chevrolet Confederate Deluxe Special Sedan is powered by a six-cylinder engine that displaces 194 cubic-inches and produces 60 horsepower. There is a three-speed synchromesh gearbox and four-wheel drum brakes. The Chevrolet Company was named after the famous race car driver, Louis Chevrolet, and introduced by Bill Durant in 1912. Chevrolet cars were solid and reliable, and by The Great Depression of the 1930s had become the backbone of General Motors.
In 1932, Chevrolet introduced their Confederate model line that featured a long hood and flowing deep fenders. Deluxe models included extra chrome plated door louvers. 18-inch wire wheels, tilting windshield, build in sun visor, and an adjustable seat were all standard equipment.
This example has been treated to a restoration that kept the car as original and true to the era as possible. There are twin side mounts, a luggage rack, drivers side windshield wiper, dual trumpet horns and polished hood louvers. The interior was reupholstered.