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Posted 7 years ago


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This is a picture of my grandfather infront of his car. The picture is from the early 1950's. Its a '37 Chevy, thanks Philvld!

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  1. VikingFan82 VikingFan82, 7 years ago
    The closest I've been able to find is a 1937 Plymouth 4-door sedan. The line coming off the front fender isn't quite right though.
  2. philvld, 7 years ago
    Its a 37, but its a chevy not a plymouth.
  3. VikingFan82 VikingFan82, 7 years ago
    I see. Are there any differences besides that line on the side? Ive seen black and white pictures of both and they look almost identical.
  4. philvld, 7 years ago
    OK, here's a few more pointers. 1. plymouths have a one piece windshield, chevys don't. 2. 37 plymouths have headlights on the fenders, chevys lights are on the side, next to the grill. 3. 37 plymouths have chrome strips on the sides of the hood, chevys don't. Believe me, your grandfathers car is a 37 chevy. Phil
  5. paulsidney, 7 years ago
    Yep 1937 Chevrolet for sure
  6. kerry10456 kerry10456, 6 years ago
    Had to add my 2 cents, It's a 1937 Chevrolet Master De Luxe 4 door touring Sedan. This would have powered by a 216 cubic inch overhead valve, babette(can't spell) 6 cylinder motor.
  7. Wendling Wendling, 6 years ago
    It looks just like the one that I had,even the same color,only mine was a standard. which meant leaf springs. It leaked oil out of the rear main,so my remedy worked. I took a two gallon can,and cut one side out of it. I drilled a hole in each corner near the top,and wired it under the engine, making sure that the cap was at the lower part of the can..when it was full I simply unscrewed the cap,and pored it back at the top.

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