In 1932, Chevrolet introduced their Confederate model line that featured a long hood and flowing deep fenders. Deluxe models included extra chrome plated door louvers, 18 inch wire wheels, tilting windshield, built in sun visor and an adjustable seat were all standard equipment. The car is powered by a six-cylinder engine that displaced 194 cubic-inches and produces 60 hp. There is a three speed synchromesh gearbox and four wheel drum brakes. This was the first car to use a cowl vent for fresh air for the passenger compartment. Of all the body styles offered by Chevrolet in 1932, the Deluxe Sport Roadster is considered one of the most attractive cars of the era. This particular example is fitted with the following options: Dual side mount tires, front and rear bumpers, trunk rack and cowl lights. The interior is in good condition, as is the soft top. The engine and the engine bay are detailed. The car went through a frame off restoration approximately 15 years ago. The miles are 27,232 original. This is a car that has been well cared for by a knowledgeable car owner.