1950 Chevrolet Styleline Custom Two-door
Metallic silver flake over flat black exterior with two-tone gray interior
327 CID V-8 with Edelbrock carburetor, intake manifold, World Products S/R Torquer cylinder heads
Three-speed automatic transmission
Side exit dual exhaust
Classic air-conditioning, power steering
Dolphin and Moon gauges
Cragar Street Pro chrome wheels
Cobra Citizens Band radio and Alpine stereo with remote control
“Breaker, breaker one-nine!”
“Hey Two-Tone, what’s your 20, over?”
“I’m stuck in a turtle race on Highway 30 and Crosstown. What’s your 20?”
“I’m 10-10 on the side, waiting for you.”
“I’m 51 to you.”
If you’ve ever wanted to act like Jerry Reed’s character Bandit from “Smokey and the Bandit,” MotoeXotica Classic Cars can help, with this 1950 Chevrolet Styleline Custom Two-door Sedan. Nestled in the car’s center console is a Cobra Citizens Band radio.
Dressed in an eye-catching and contrasting combination of silver flake metallic over flat black, the car’s paint and trim are in overall excellent condition. The glass panels are in overall very good shape but there are a couple of minor blemishes on the passenger side of the split windshield, probably from previous wiper blades. The car’s lights look great, are intact and complete. It rolls on BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires, sized 225/70R14 at all four corners. Mounted within those BFGs are Cragar Street Pro chrome wheels. All of the car’s body panels are solid and straight and the engine bay is very tidy. During customization, this car’s bumpers were removed.
Under the hood is a 327 CID small-black V-8 engine with an Edelbrock carburetor and intake manifold, World Products S/R Torquer cylinder heads; it breathes through side exit dual exhausts. Backing this engine is a three-speed automatic transmission. Driver convenience features include classic air-conditioning and power steering and dual horns.
Inside, the folding front bench and rear bench seats are in very good order, their gray color with dark gray inserts and trim complement the car’s exterior. The dark gray carpet is in similar good order, the headliner looks great and even the courtesy lights still wink on when the driver’s door is opened. The silver over black instrument panel looks gorgeous and has been retrofitted with Dolphin gauges and a Moon tachometer. A two-spoke Chevrolet Impala steering wheel faces the driver and it, along with the inner door panels (which match the upholstery) look great. The mirror glass and center console with its dual cupholders are in overall good order, as is the shift lever. Rounding out the interior are the aforementioned CB radio and an Alpine AM/FM stereo with remote control and detachable faceplate.
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States