1941 Chevrolet Super Deluxe

Any questions or suggestions regarding restorations
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1941 Chevrolet Super Deluxe

Post by Impala Crazy » Sun 05 Apr 2015, 22:56

I am inquiring whether anybody knows where I can find this car for restoration.
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Re: 1941 Chevrolet Super Deluxe

Post by Impala Crazy » Sun 05 Apr 2015, 22:59

Impala Crazy wrote:I am inquiring whether anybody knows where I can find this car for restoration.
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Re: 1941 Chevrolet Super Deluxe

Post by ChevyWorld » Mon 06 Apr 2015, 01:56

There is a 40 for sale in Benoni.

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Re: 1941 Chevrolet Super Deluxe

Post by IndianaJones » Mon 06 Apr 2015, 10:19

http://www.gumtree.co.za/a-cars-bakkies ... 0353763309

How much does the 41 Super Deluxe, differ from the other 1938-1945 models?

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Re: 1941 Chevrolet Super Deluxe

Post by RangerReg » Mon 06 Apr 2015, 15:23

I know about a 1936 Dodge...I know not the same, but all there It is one of only three left. Still a wonderful project!
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Re: 1941 Chevrolet Super Deluxe

Post by Punch » Mon 06 Apr 2015, 16:22

Hi IJ,
Some info. I got with the purchase of my 41 Coupe, I don't know from which publication it originated. Longer, Lower Wider bodies were mounted on a Chevy. chassis with a 3" longer wheel base. The grille resembled the 1940, but was new. It had 6 die cast mouldings. The hood was front opening and eliminated side panels. Headlights were now blended into the fenders. Chrome mouldings decorated the front fender tops. There were park lamps below each headlight. The new body featured concealed safety steps instead of running boards. The slope of the windshield, rear window and upper body sides was increased. Concealed hinges on the doors and hood was used. Standard upholstery and trimmings was plain. There were no arm rests on the front doors. For the post 2012 members there is some info on my 41 Chevy Coupe under "Post Your Ride" June 2012 currently on page 9.
Best Regards, Punch.

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Re: 1941 Chevrolet Super Deluxe

Post by Impala Crazy » Mon 06 Apr 2015, 17:50

Punch wrote:Hi IJ,
Some info. I got with the purchase of my 41 Coupe, I don't know from which publication it originated. Longer, Lower Wider bodies were mounted on a Chevy. chassis with a 3" longer wheel base. The grille resembled the 1940, but was new. It had 6 die cast mouldings. The hood was front opening and eliminated side panels. Headlights were now blended into the fenders. Chrome mouldings decorated the front fender tops. There were park lamps below each headlight. The new body featured concealed safety steps instead of running boards. The slope of the windshield, rear window and upper body sides was increased. Concealed hinges on the doors and hood was used. Standard upholstery and trimmings was plain. There were no arm rests on the front doors. For the post 2012 members there is some info on my 41 Chevy Coupe under "Post Your Ride" June 2012 currently on page 9.
Best Regards, Punch.
Very informative .Thank you very much

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Re: 1941 Chevrolet Super Deluxe

Post by ters » Mon 06 Apr 2015, 17:54

Punch wrote: For the post 2012 members there is some info on my 41 Chevy Coupe under "Post Your Ride" June 2012 currently on page 9.
Best Regards, Punch.
Here you go: http://www.africanmusclecars.com/forum/ ... =9&t=11558

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Re: 1941 Chevrolet Super Deluxe

Post by Impala Crazy » Mon 06 Apr 2015, 18:04

Punch wrote:Hi IJ,
Some info. I got with the purchase of my 41 Coupe, I don't know from which publication it originated. Longer, Lower Wider bodies were mounted on a Chevy. chassis with a 3" longer wheel base. The grille resembled the 1940, but was new. It had 6 die cast mouldings. The hood was front opening and eliminated side panels. Headlights were now blended into the fenders. Chrome mouldings decorated the front fender tops. There were park lamps below each headlight. The new body featured concealed safety steps instead of running boards. The slope of the windshield, rear window and upper body sides was increased. Concealed hinges on the doors and hood was used. Standard upholstery and trimmings was plain. There were no arm rests on the front doors. For the post 2012 members there is some info on my 41 Chevy Coupe under "Post Your Ride" June 2012 currently on page 9.
Best Regards, Punch.
Very informative .Thank you very much

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Re: 1941 Chevrolet Super Deluxe

Post by Doug Hirkham » Tue 07 Apr 2015, 16:45

RangerReg wrote:I know about a 1936 Dodge...I know not the same, but all there It is one of only three left. Still a wonderful project!
2ndChance1936Dodge 001.jpg

Why does David want to sell it? I did the brakes and start-up on that car in May 2007 and I'm sure it is a '35 model.

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