At a Glance:
|1929||Chevrolet||AC International Roadster.||2605 (Not Warranted)||£17000 + buyers premium|
Built in Canada, or the USA, in 1929 this superb Chevrolet Roadster was shipped to Australia by Chevrolet as a body-less, running, rolling chassis. The car was bodied locally by Holden as a two-seater with dickey seat and was then registered on 21st July 1929. 1929 was a significant year for Chevrolet with the introduction of its first mass-produced 6-cylinder engine, the ‘stovebolt six’. With a forged steel crankshaft and overhead valves it developed a strong 50bhp and was highly tunable and this car features that lovely engine.
|Auction||28th April 2017 - 91% SOLD|
|Vehicle Model||AC International Roadster.|
|Year of Manufacture||1929|
|Mileage||2605 (Not Warranted)|
|Date first Registered||1929|
|Estimated Sale Price||£10,500 - 11,500|
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