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- March 2019 -
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What was the first Chevrolet to feature a rumble seat?
 
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Rumble seat & Trunk latch

Was $89.50 Now $49.50 ea!!!

This is a trunk and rumble seat latch for 1929-1938 Chevrolet, Buick & Pontiac passenger cars.  Dimensions: center to center, top and bottom (narrow width)  1-1/4"   and   top to bottom (long / tall side) 2 3/8".  Modify to fit models with wood frame deck lid.  Replaces GM# 4003064, 4059062 & 4170052.

NEW REPRODUCTION IN STOCK
1932-1937 Clutch Disc 9" 10 Spline


This is a new reproduction clutch disc for all 1932-1937 Chevrolet cars & pickups with 9 inch clutch discs.  It is a spring dampened plate, 10 spline disc,  as original in these years and it is Made in the USA!  Replaces GM# 837196, 837747

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Photos & Installation Tips by Bill Turner 
 
The original windshield in 1932 Chevrolet passenger cars (except convertibles) were Fisher VV crank up type windshield. When building a street rod, it is often desirable to make the windshield fixed. This is especially true when air conditioning is planned as part of the vehicle build.

One of our customers, Bill Turner, did this installation on his 1932 Hot Rod Coupe with rubber seals provided by The Filling Station. This project requires an above average skill level as metal fabrication is required. However, the results are a very clean and functional look. This installation was done on a body with the wood superstructure replaced with a tube steel framework to support the body shell. The procedure may be slightly different if the wood in the body will be retained.

Once the decision is made to eliminate the crank up windshield mechanism in your 1932 car, it will be necessary to remove the windshield lifting regulator & regulator board, original windshield wiper motor & linkage, windshield glass and stainless trim around the exterior of the windshield. These items will not be reinstalled but are good trading materials. Also remove any original rubber seals around the windshield and discard. Be sure to keep the tall vertical inner metal trim pieces on either side of the windshield as these may be required for the new installation.
Inspect and repair any rust damage around the windshield, especially at the bottom of the windshield opening. The channel at the base of the windshield is a common rust area. It is important that this area is repaired, treated with a rust inhibitor, primed and painted. Use caution if the lower channel requires metal repair. Too much heat applied to sheet metal can cause warping. This section can make the glass installation difficult if it is not...................Continue


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The 1927 Sports Cabriolet was the first Chevrolet to feature a rumble seat.



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The Vintage Chevrolet Club of America is a great car club. Founded in 1961 VCCA has over 8,000 members in the USA and overseas dedicated to the restoration of Chevrolet cars and trucks. They have a world-class monthly magazine and a hugely helpful chat site: VCCA Chat. Here you can find assistance from other members with similar vehicles. You can also check out the club website at VCCA.org