The 1941 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe and Special DeLuxe were a sensation from the day of their introduction. The two models were styled beautifully by Harley Earl of GM and were substantially bigger and more impressive then earlier models. The re-style in 1941 resembled more closely the costlier Buick.
Over 1,000,000 Chevy’s were built in 1941, however only a mere 15,296 were convertibles.
This beautiful example was an AACA National First Place winner in Hershey, PA. some years ago and have remained in that condition because of excellent prior ownership.
It is highly optioned including a power top that works like new.
Options include full fender skirts with rare proper chrome trim, gravel shields, parking lights, an electric clock, a working original radio, faux wood trim treatment on the dash and side trim, factory heater and a beautiful Hartz cloth top.
The engine is the 216.5 ci inline 6 with a 3 speed transmission with vacuum assist. Ready to Tour or Show.