1936 Chevrolet

Sedan

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1936 Chevrolet Sedan
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1936 Chevrolet Sedan

History

Why This Car Is Special

The restored example of a 1936 Chevrolet Sedan we have at Skyway Classics is a factory correct example of how simple the looks of the suicide doors makes this sedan into a cult vehicle. Style and function were at the top priority of production back then and this car is a wonderful example of those 30's era automobiles.

This steel bodied 1936 Chevrolet sedan is restored Chevrolet that commands attention everywhere you go. It has the right kind of originality that makes it perfect for a show car.

Mechanical

For 1936, the Standard Six received a wide range of improvements with an increase of compression ratio from 5.6:1 to 6:1, the standard 206.8 cu in engine now produced 79 horsepower at 3,200 rpm and 156 lb⋅ft of torque.

Our 36 was restored with an eye toward authenticity and factory correct look and parts with the stock carburetor, manifold, correct air cleaner assembly, in a clean and detailed engine compartment.

The manual gearbox shifts nicely and the car tracks straight. The undercarriage, while original, remains in good order. Beautiful orange spoke wheels with wide whitewalls complete the look.

Interior

The same detail holds true for the interior, too. You start with the cloth covered bench seat in front and matching rear passenger seat, with the same material on the door panels, nice carpets, and three-spoke steering wheel.

When you sit in the driver's seat you will gaze at the dashboard and factory correct gauges that look and function beautifully as it has all the correct and functioning switches, lights, door handles, side panels, and the headliner is perfect.

Exterior

The 1936 Chevrolet saw only minor changes from the previous year but they make a huge difference. The hood became longer and more pointed, and the grille was given a sharper V-shape. The spare tire is mounted outside on this sedan.

The fit and finish are great with excellent body lines, great chrome and grille, hood ornament, and side mirrors, and red pin stripe, compliment the classy tan paint scheme.

Its clean design makes the brightwork on the headlights, grille, and spoke wheels really standout.

Conclusion

This 1936 Chevrolet Sedan we have here at Skyway Classics is rare because they didn't build many of them and not many gets restored to this level.

Take our word that this is one of the nicest 1936 Chevrolets you will ever see.

So give us a call at 941-254-6608.

Engine

Body

Body Color
Light Yellow

Basic

Year
1936
Make
Chevrolet
Model
Sedan

Interior

Center Console
No
Stock
1130-FL
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