The Classic Car Appraisal Service carefully examined this 1933 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Sedan order to prepare the car for sale. Vehicle has been stored in a climate controlled museum. Vehicle starts and runs well.Amenities include, but are not necessarily limited to the following: 194 cid/65 bhp straight 6 engine; 3-speed manual transmission; dual spare tires; trunk with historical documents; dual chrome horns; mph, fuel, oil, temp and amps gauges; standard radiator cap with no hood ornament; and heater. Tires are a set of old Allstate 5.50-18 blackwall 4-plys, mounted on red painted wire wheels with hub caps.
MECHANICAL: The engine starts easily and idles smoothly. The clutch and transmission work well and shift easily, while the brakes bring the car to a straight stop. We depressed the brake paddle and found that the mechanical brakes worked fine. We were advised that the steering is easy, and the car tracks straight down the road.EXTERIOR: The exterior physical condition of this car’s sheet metal is very good, with no dents, dings or rust. All the body panels are original to the car and the fit is perfect. The bumper chrome is newer, while the other chrome and stainless trim are original. The headlights are “seal beam”. The windshield and all the side windows are in very good condition.ENGINE COMPARTMENT: The engine and engine compartment are all original, and in fair condition. The firewall has its original paint.