(844) 582-6139(844) 582-6139 Visit eBay Store 1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950515253545556575859606162636465666768697071of71 Full size photos Full size photos Very Clean Chevy Drop Top! Smooth 235 Inline 6, Auto, Well Maintained, Nice! Stock #:
It’s a blast to drive, and the look is straight out of the ’50s, with a mild custom flair and daily driver functionality thanks to a conscientious restoration that was done right. Fans of the more rounded ’40s cars tend to gravitate to these post-war Chevys for their generous curves, and they always look best topless. The restoration on this car is perhaps 5 years old, but since it was completed it’s been driven very little by the looks of things, so it still looks great and shows very little shelf wear as a solid driver-quality ride.
There’s also a full array of factory knobs and switches under the dash, a stock AM radio in the center, and the big dual-ring steering wheel is in great shape, anchoring the cabin at the helm of the cockpit. The black convertible top fits very well, having been replaced less than 5 years ago with factory-style vinyl, but you’ll probably never use it except in emergencies so most of the time it’ll stay folded neatly behind the rear seat. And speaking of the rear seat, it looks to have been rarely used despite having ample room for friends, and if it’s luggage or car show goodies you need to haul, the trunk is spacious and outfitted just like the factory intended with a black rubber mat and a bias-ply spare tire and jack set that’s probably original to the car.
Call today! Vehicle Description If you like to walk off the beaten path a bit, perhaps this 1951 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe Convertible should certainly appeal to you. It’s still got a thrifty 235 Stovebolt Six running great under the hood, a deliciously vintage comfortable interior, and an updated Moonlight Cream exterior paint that is a perfect complement to the droptop’s original livery.