1936 Chevrolet Standard and Master DeLuxe Photos

Changes to the 1936 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe included a "fencer's mask" grille and headlights mounted to the bodysides, rather than the fender "catwalk." Coupe fans with a broad social circle were attracted to the rumble seat-equipped three-window coupe.

1936 chevy front
The grille of the 1936 model was "fencer's mask" style,
and the headlights were mounted to the bodysides.


1936 chevy interior
The thick seats were covered in mohair.


1936 chevy side view
Dual-side mount spare tires were optional.


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