1938 Chevy Coupe

This is my all-steel 1938 Chevy Coupe. It has a Corvette LT-1 engine with a 4L60E transmission. It also has Air Ride and Vintage Air, and I am proud to say it has never been on a trailer!

Rocky Howell
Greenville, NC

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18 Responses to “1938 Chevy Coupe”

  1. Malcolm holder

    1924 ford flathead c/4 quick change reared model a frame zeed drop a Xle

  2. Baruch Guzman

    Who decided to paint that beautiful car that fucked up moronic color. Looks like it belongs in Havana , just one persons biased opinion !!!!

  3. Jim Vander Poel

    That is one beautiful car. Great color choice. I’m glad you’re enjoying it. My dad had a ’46 Chevy sedan, two-tone green.

  4. Donald

    Do you have Power steering and a/c. I am building a 39 coupe with p/s and a/c and the alternator is in the wheel well. Doing an LS conversion know anybody that has done one with a/c and p/s

    • Ron

      My pride and joy is a ’37 Pontiac Convertible coupe with rumble seat. The drive line is a 327 small block 350 tranny Olds Cutlass rear end mounted on the original parallel leaf springs, Fatman sub frame with T-bird power rack and disc brakes. The exterior looks totally stock except for a slightly lower stance. There are only five known examples of this body style remaining.

  5. Roger

    Sharp! I’m starting on build of 38 Chevy 2 dr Town Sedan. Opting for complete rolling chassis with 4 wheel discs, LS 1 and 4L60E. Will definitely be a road cruiser.

  6. Ray

    I have 1938 Chevy coupe, I thinking about changing over to air ride. Did you do it your self? You have a very sharp car