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1937 chevrolet sedan flatback

Hello I'm new to this site. My project is a 37 Chevrolet 2dr sedan flatback. Body work is almost completed,now working on frame. Trading up from at LT1 to a LS1 if things go right. If anyone has this year of car as their project I would like to hear from you. Thank you Norman
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I've always loved the '37 Chevies! Closest I have ever come is owning a '37 Olds coupe decades ago, and a customer '37 humpback sedan I painted.

Your car's body style has the potential to be stunning. Please keep us posted on the project.
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very cool car
I havent been around here much (busy with work and outdoor stuff)
feel free to post lots of pics and info on the 37/38 chevy thread,- I stated in the lounge

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