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The Style line Deluxe was Chevrolet's top-of-the line series in the early 1950s. This vehicle cost even more than the convertible and was the most expensive Chevy made in 1952. Fisher Body was reportedly skeptical about making an all-steel bodied wagon in the 1930s but by 1950, it created its first all-steel wagon, affectionately referred to as the "Tin Woody." In the station wagon's case, Harley Earl and his skilled stylists created a clever automotive illusion, a steel body with faux wood sections. This way, Chevy continued to cater to customers who wanted or demanded that woody look without the maintenance and durability issues that accompanied vehicles with real wood body sides. This fine example has been completely restored from a solid original car. It is equipped with a 216ci 6 cylinder engine and 3 speed transmission. Additional equipment and options include rebuilt water pump, rebuilt generator, rebuilt carburetor, rebuilt fuel pump, rebuilt sending unit and rebuilt master and brake cylinders. The 18,000 miles are believed to be actual however the title reads exempt due to age.



LocationYoungville, North Carolina
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