CHEVY BOMBAS -- Year By Year -- 1937 thru 1954
A video featuring Chevy Bombs from the years 1937 through 1954. This is the
generally accepted period that is recognized as the "bomb" era.
Production of most American automobiles was stopped in early 1942 to allow
factories to provide materials for use by the armed forces during WW2.
There were no 1943, 1944 and 1945 models. Production resumed after the war
with the 1946 model.
The easiest way to identify the various year models is from the
front/grille area and the differances are illustrated here.
1937 Chevy Full Custom Coupe
Built for show and stuffed with go, this jewel-like Burgandy '37
steel-bodied 5-window coupe was constructed from the ground up with the
sole purpose of creating a First-Place show winner. While outwardly stock
in appearance, the entire machine is an exercise in master craftsmanship
using the highest quality components and materials.
Mecum High Performance Auction Kissimmee FL Jan. 24-26 2008
1937 Chevy Hotrod - Built By Pegasus Classics Cape Town RSA
A 1937 Chevy Hotrod, built By Pegasus Classics in Cape Town, South Africa.
350 Chev V8
Jag Suspension front & rear
Vovlo leather seats (electric)
All leather upholstry (dash, trim etc)
Rockford front and rear speakers
19" Custom Rims
Cofradia Autos Clasicos en renta para eventos sociales
Promocional para cofradía-autos clásicos.
Puede pedir informes al 8336-0960 y 8336-0210 (Mty y área metropolitana)
Aunque dice que es un Studebaker es un Chevrolet 37. Estan disponibles un
Ford 34, Chevrolet 50 y Buick 38.
Blown 1937 Chevy Coupe, burnout and launch
Fierce supercharged 1937 Chevrolet Coupe does a great burnout and lifts the
front wheels as he makes his 1/4 mile pass. Fontana Super Chevy bracket
races. Video courtesy of ThermoCap