Back in the day a sedan delivery vehicle was common and would be used by merchants, tradesman or anyone else that needs a lighter covered vehicle to haul around tools or deliver product. These units were normally spartan, often with only a drivers seat, and the rear side windows would have sheet metal in place of glass. This Chevy would originally have been powered by the 206 CID (3.38 L) “stove bolt six” and in ’34 the now upgraded engine supplied 80 hp (59.66 kW).
1934 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery
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