Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Chevrolet Special De Luxe Coupe 1941 Black When the new Chevrolet models were launched in 1941 they were an instant hit, with modern styling including blended headlamps and running boards and the longest chassis for a Chevy to date affording plenty of interior space. Nearly six hundred thousand of the Special De Luxe models were sold in six body styles, the coupe as modelled here being the second most popular. The shape of the car looks pretty good and the detailing is neatly fitted and is deliberately slightly dull to replicate the stainless steel on the original rather than chrome. The choice of black wheels rather than with optional trim rings or whitewall tyres also makes things look a little heavy.
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Chevrolet Special de Luxe Coupe model by Neo
Black. Released 06/03/17
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