The 1931 Chevrolet Series AE Station Wagon was Chevrolet's first factory-authorized "woody" station wagon. The AE chassis also served as the basis for a series of light-commercial vehicles. Read more about the 1931 Chevrolet Series AE Station Wagon.
The 1937-1939 Chevrolet models were redesigned and fitted with a new engine to get a leg up on the competition. A number of corners were cut in order to produce a good looking six-cylinder car with decent performance. Learn more about these Chevrolets.
The 1939 Chevrolet lineup included the Master 85 and Master DeLuxe series station wagons. These cars were the most expensive cars Chevy produced for the 1939 line of cars. Get detailed information on these distinctive Chevy models.
The 1931 Chevrolet Series AE Independence had Chevy's lowest price ever. This model received a series of modifications such as a new vibration damper and a stouter engine block. Learn about the 1931 Chevrolet Series AE including pictures and prices.
The 1932 Chevrolet Series BA Confederate was called the "baby Cadillac." Chrome-plated headlamps and a unique radiator shell imitated Cadillac's design. The car also featured an engine that produced 60 horsepower. Learn more about the 1932 Chevrolet Series BA.
The 1933 Chevrolet Eagle and Mercury presented buyers two distinct series. The Eagle served as the upscale model and the Mercury was meant for buyers with a much lower budget. Learn about the 1933 Eagle and Mercury, including pictures and prices.
The 1934 Chevrolet Master had Knee-action front suspension. This model carried on Chevy's tradition of building two distinctly different cars with different wheel bases. Learn about the 1934 Master and Standard, including pictures, prices and weight.
The 1935 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe got all-steel construction. The Master DeLuxe model featured a steel "Turret-Top" design. A two piece windshield was also included. Learn more about the 1935 Chevy Master DeLuxe and Standard models.
The 1936 Chevrolet Standard and Master DeLuxe now used the same engine. The engine was capable of producing 79 horsepower which was a bonus of five extra horsepower for the Standard. Learn more about the 1936 Chevy, including pictures, prices and weight.
The 1937 Chevrolet Master and Master DeLuxe had stunning new styling. The new design was the first time Chevrolet completely altered cars since the 1929 model year. Learn about the 1937 Chevrolet Master, including pictures, prices and weight.
The 1939 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe dropped its Knee-Action suspension. The new suspension featured coils and wishbones which were featured on most of GM's other cars. Learn about the 1939 Chevrolet Master.
The 1930 Chevrolet Series AD Universal improved on the 1929 Chevy. The windshield was slanted, which significantly reduced glare. It also featured Chevy's economical V-6 engine. Learn more about the 1930 Chevrolet Series AD, including pictures and prices.