This is a rare rust free California car that has been partially restored and will make for a fabulous project car. The beautifully restored interior was completed to original specifications; upholstery, headliner, door panels, carpeting and dash are in very nice condition. The original 6 cylinder overhead valve engine, clutch, transmission and brakes have been totally rebuilt with less than 100 miles covered since completion. The chrome is mostly in good original condition and we have installed a new grille and mascot.
You can spend hours on the internet looking for an original car to compare this to. Most of these cars have been converted to street rods; while this motorcar has maintained it’s integrity and is all to original specifications.
The 1934 Master has the longer wheelbase of 112 inches compared to the Standard model with only 107 inches, and the extra length is easily seen by the extra room and comfort found in the rear seats.
The 1934 Chevy’s weighs 3020 pounds. The 6 cylinder engine produces 80 horse power at 3300 rpms.
This is a n incredibly rare original survivor out of a production of 49,431 cars. We are still researching more about this car’s history and will add more detail as it is received. This is a terrific project car that has the interior, engine, clutch, transmission, brakes and other major items completed. The main areas for improvement are paint and some general TLC. Since this is an absolutely rust free car that is nearly entirely complete, the restoration should be easily and quickly completed.
NADA Values: Low retail $6,200 Average retail $9,550 High retail $19,200
Old Car Value Guide: #3 $11,250 #2 $17,500 #1 $25,000