1936 Chevrolet Standard and Master DeLuxe PhotosChanges 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.
The grille of the 1936 model was "fencer's mask" style,
and the headlights were mounted to the bodysides.
The thick seats were covered in mohair.
Dual-side mount spare tires were optional.
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