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1932 Chevrolet Confederate

1932 Chevrolet Confederate




Driven into storage ten years ago, the engine has been turned over regularly. These are really great cars, and with a ‘modern’ motor it will cruise comfortably at 100kph, and this example is equipped with a freewheeling device that is operated by a knob on the dashboard. Mind you, to me it was a suicide knob! The only safe use to me was to engage it when being towed.

The Confederate – or Series BA – was introduced in 1932 as replacement for the Series AE range of models. It was offered in a wide variety of body styles – including Coupe, Sedan, Roadster, and Landau Phaeton – and with a choice of Standard or DeLuxe models. Power was provided by a 194cu in straight-six engine mated to a 3-speed transmission.


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