First Chevy to win America’s Most Beautiful Roadster
2014 Grand National Roadster Show AMBR Winner
The First Chevy to win?
YES! See the complete list here: Grand National Roadster Show AMBR Winners
After we started talking about Wes Rydell’s 2014 rare Chevy, Mike Lynch got in touch and shared this info with us…
Most of the media coverage on early Chevrolets in the 1933—1935 era is on the coupes. Few people actually know much about them other than 1934-1935 standard series coupes that were made in glass and quite popular.
I have had my 35 standard series 3 window coupe since 1970.
The 1933 chevrolet line up involves the 107’ wheelbase STANDARD SERIES CC, of which only the 3 window coupe and a 2 door sedan were made and very little of these were sold. The other 1933 Chevrolet made was the MASTER SERIES CA 112” WHEELBASE. A lot of body styles were made… roadster , touring, cabriolet, 3 window coupes, 5 window coupes , 2 door sedans, 4 door sedans, sedan delivery. These outsold the standard series 10-1.
The 1934 chevrolet MASTER SERIES DA 114” wheelbase, they made roadsters, cabriolets, sedans, 3 window & 5 window coupes, sedan deliverys , the master outsold the STANDARD SERIES 6-1. The phaetons were not made in masters in 1934 except in Australia.
Unless one really knows their Chevrolets for 1934 its difficult to tell the difference between a master and a 1934 standard even when parked side by side.
It was a major deal in Chevyland when the GNRS… AMBR was awarded to the 1935 Chevrolet Phaeton.
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To see the other 2014 America’s Most Beautiful Roadster Contenders click here) There’s no doubt all 11 hot rods were great builds by passionate owners, but when looking for true beauty in a roadster, this 1935 Chevy was the best!
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