Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe For Sale

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Powered by a 383 Stroker V8 engine with a TH350 with BandM Shifter Automatic transmission. Black exterior. Balck interior.

Chevrolet overhauled its entire lineup in 1949, moving from pre-war designs to new cars with modern full-width bodies and big fenders. The division offered Special and Deluxe models in both Fleetline and Styleline series. Buyers could buy a bare bones business coupe for as little as $1,300, or could pony up $2,200 for an eight-passenger station wagon. Virtually every body type and price level was offered in between. The only powertrain available was a 216-c. i. six-cyinder engine mated to a three-speed manual transmission. New for 1950 was the debut of the Bel Air two-door hardtop, which would be a mainstay of American design for 50 years, and the second was the Powerglide, two-speed automatic transmission. Cars with the automatic option received the 235-c. i. truck engine with hydraulic lifters, while cars with three-speed transmissions kept the old 216-c. i. engine. Visual changes were minimal from 1949, although the wood-clad station wagon was retired in preference of the steel-bodied wagon that first appeared in 1949.... See More

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