1931 Chevrolet Sport Roadster, with Twin Sidemounts and Rumble Seat
This rare, Canadian-built, 1931 Chevrolet Sport Roadster was enjoyed during the summer months by her original owner and stored during the winter months. In 1958, it was purchased by the current owner’s father. The odometer shows 67,303 correct, original miles. All items on the car, including all of the beautiful, original gauges, work as they should.
The car is in original condition and the only restoration work done was:
- A repaint in the early 90′s in the original colour, using factory-correct paint. This was done only because the original paint was getting thin.
- The upholstery, top, and side curtains were redone using the original style, colour, and materials. The originals were used as patterns for the refresh. Both of these tasks were handled by professional restoration shops.
The chrome on the car is original and showing some pitting. They are the only pieces to an otherwise outstanding car that need attention.
This Chevrolet has been featured in a number of TV shows and movies, including the Canadian series, Wind At My Back.
1931 Chevrolets featured a 50hp Straight-6, a three-speed manual transmission, and 4-wheel drum brakes. This particular car is highly optioned, including the twin sidemounts with rearview mirrors, cowl lights, and twin bar bumpers. Note the Imperial Oil Change card holder under the hood.
Canadian Chevrolets are rare and a roadster in this condition are even rarer!
Asking $24,000. For further details, please use the “Contact Us” page. Vehicle is located in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
A few notes about the photos:
- The car is currently in storage. There is some dust visible in some of the photos.
- All photos are hi-res, approximately 3000 x 2300 in size (3MB) and are downloadable from the gallery for further detail.