Chevrolet first officially recognized its car-based Sedan Delivery models as separate to their other purpose-built trucks in 1934 by giving them different ID codes. However, they were built six years prior to that and remained very popular through to the late 1950s/early 1960s, after which the El Camino took over along with bigger trucks. The Sedan Delivery was a great concept for its time, however, because it combined the comfort and driveability of a regular production Sedan with the practicality of a delivery van. They also offered great promotion potential with their slab sides which were often adorned with sign writing and company decals. This model looks original but has a few tweaks to improve it, including dual carbs and a free-flowing exhaust, plus wider rims and radials, and finally a custom interior with two seats, where they left the factory with just one for the driver.
Chevrolet Sedan Delivery (1952) Specifications
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