EXCLUSIVE: 1935 Chevrolet Standard

Josh MortensenBy Josh Mortensen

Seller Description: I have owned the car for about 8 years, not long after updates were made. It’s in very good condition inside and out. It’s powered by a 6 cylinder engine with a manual transmission. There were many new parts installed including stainless steel gas tank, shocks, water pump, radiator, fuel pump, thermostat, and turn signals. It also has a working heater.

It has been garaged stored and NOT driven in the winter. It starts and drives well. Fun car to cruise around town and do some local car shows. We’re moving south and not taking it along. Serious inquiries only.

Richard’s Chevy looks to be a very nice car and is ready to hit the road! A lot of work has already been done, so it really just needs a new home where it can be driven and enjoyed. If you have any questions for Richard or would like to setup a time to view it, be sure to message him via the form below. Our thanks to Richard for listing his Chevy with us! If you happen to have a great classic that needs a new home, please consider listing it here on Barn Finds.

Asking Price: $13,500
Location: Malta, New York
Mileage: 90,000
Title Status: Clean

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  1. Howard A Member

    Aw, nobody on the super sharp “Chevaleigh”? And some say interest isn’t fading for these? Here you have it, wonderful car here, needs nothing, from what I can see, and not one comment. 30’s cars are a tough sell today. Certainly seems worth the money, considering what comes through here for that money. Bottom line, as time passes, more and more people, have less and less a connection with these, not to mention actually ever driven one ( I never have). “Pull the choke,,,what the heck is that”? Nice car, tough sell today. Best of luck.

  2. dm

    Big fan of the ’34 and ’35 Chevrolet. This is a Standard so it has easy to work with parallel leaf suspension front and rear. It is a ’35 so it should have the much stronger X-member frame not offered in 1934. This is important in a vehicle with a mostly wood interior body structure, to provide a firm foundation. The car has had recent mechanical work done to improve reliability. The car looks good. It has turn signals that are rather large, but in traffic, it makes the car more noticeable when turning. It’s dangerous out there. This car is a bargain for somebody.

  3. levis gasser

    Great looking chevy👍

  4. Michael

    I love that car.
    Somebody hold me down and stand on my wallet.

  5. Rex Rice

    I had a ’33 sedan when I was not legal to drive. My neighbor called these old Chevs “Cast iron clatter and splash” because of the poor oiling system. Within days, all the rods were knocking.


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