1948 Fleetmaster Sport Coupe







Found in April 2007.
Completely restored brakes, steering, suspension with new and NOS parts on weekends.
Original rebuilt transmisson and vacuum gearshift.
Swaped the rear gears and torque tube from a powerglide 54 car with 3.55 r&p.
Swaped the tired old 216 with a new 261 souped for the open road.
Straight pipes, no mufflers.
Added a 1947 Sun rpm gauge and sender and a classic styled modern stereo with hemp-cone speakers.
Wood panel interior, 15x6 smoothie wheels and 225/75/15 radials.

Back on the road since January 1st 2008...






Arrival in April 2007




NOS front suspension parts




Complete suspension and steering rebuild




Rear gear and torque tube swap




New brakes and view through the axle




Hotco Brake Energizers




Works as advertised - Go from Huck to Bendix style in just minutes




Pulled old 216, bell housing and transmission




Dropped in new 261









Mahogany panels, walnut arm rests































Chevrolet 261 Jobmaster




Chevrolet 235 Thriftmaster





1952 Chevrolet Truck





Early Chevrolet Techtips