Cars from l941 are special because they were built just before production of American passenger cars, and were shut down due to WWII, making these popular collector cars.
The car has a straight body with all original stainless and chrome body trim, grille, bumpers, etc, and is painted with a GM gold base coat, finished with a PPG satin clearcoat. The seats, door panels, and headliner are in the traditional soft gray cloth. The floor is carpeted, the glass and rubber seats all in good condition. This car has been completely rewired and converted to a 12 volt electrical system. The dash has aftermarket gauges for voltage, water temp, oil pressure, and fuel, plus an AM/FM radio. On the 16 inch steel wheels are modern, radial tires with original style hubcaps and trim rings. Under the hood is a later model, full-pressure 235 c.i. Chevy straight six running through the three speed column shift manual transmission.