1935 Chevrolet Standard and Master DeLuxe PhotosChevrolet executives believed they had the epitome of low-cost modernity in Master DeLuxes like this 1935 Chevrolet Standard four-door sedan. Though the public was not taken with the car at first, it quickly caught on. See why in these photos.
Chevrolet built the 1935 Master DeLuxe with
the average car-buyer in mind.
The spare tire is stored in a built-in bustleback trunk.
The rear-hindged "suicide doors" hurt the Master
DeLuxe's popularity with consumers.
The 1935 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe has a wide
steering wheel and a floor shift.
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