Before World War II and for a few years afterward, the major automakers offered what was known as a "sedan delivery," a light panel truck mounted on a car chassis. The 1937 Chevrolet sedan delivery was based on the GB line of the Master sedan series. Chevrolet also offered a coupe delivery, which was the Master Series business coupe with a spare tire mounted in the right front fender, a cargo box inside the luggage compartment and steel steps mounted on the rear bumper. The coupes also came equipped with a trunk lid that could be easily bolted onto the car once the cargo box was removed. The sedan delivery, with a rear door for the cargo space, was much more self-contained. The sedan delivery was sold as part of Chevrolet's passenger-car line.
Engine 206.8-cubic-inch six-cylinder
Horsepower 79 at 3,200 rpm
Wheelbase 112 1/4 inches
Weight 2,810 pounds
Seating capacity 2
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