Chevrolet CA Master Sedan or Eagle Sedan 1933 (4054)(PID:23022456013) Source
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Manufacturer: Chevrolet Division of General Motors Company, Detroit, Michigan - USA Type: Eagle Sedan / CA Master Series 4-door Sedan Engine: 3389cc straight-6 Power: 65 bhp / 2.800 rpm Speed: 115 km/h Production time: 1933 Production outlet: 162,361 Curb weight: 1480 kg Special: - The Eagle was produced early in the 1933 production year. When it was joined by the cheaper Mercury later in 1933 the Eagle name was changed to CA Master to provide Chevrolet with a two-car range, and the first time in ten years they manufactured two models on different wheelbases: Eagle 110 inch and Mercury 107 inch. The Mercury was known as the Standard Series or Mercury CC Series. - The CA Series (not the Eagle: 3177cc straight-6 with 60 bhp) was powered by a larger version of the "Stovebolt Six". - The six-cylinder engine, designed by Ormond E. Hunt and, later, James M. Crawford, had overhead valves, counter-balanced crankshaft, non-pressurized lubrication, a cast-iron block and a fuel pump to feed the downdraft carburetor. - The nickname of the engine was "Stovebolt Six," which referred to the engine's slotted quarter-inch head bolts. - It has three-speed manual gearbox + reverse (all synchromesh), a "Free Wheeling" mode, floor shifter, a Carter W1 downdraft carburettor, a 6-Volts electric system, a "Cut-out" relay generator, distributor and coil ignition system, a 42 liter fuel tank, 9 inch sinlge plate clutch and rear wheel drive. - The chassis (GM-A platform) with all-steel body (by Fisher) has a 110 inch wheelbase, a long hood, DeLuxe radiator ornament (standard on DeLuxe models), an adjustable seat, a non-glare windshield, drivers side windshield wiper, standard bumpers, dome light, a circular dark colored dasboard incl. the gas gauge and speedometer, ball bearing roller sector steering, semi-elliptic leaf spring front and rear suspension with Lovejoy hydraulic dampers, a semi-floating type rear axle, spiral bevel differential, 18-inch iron spoke wheels with balloon tires size 4 ply 5.25x18 and mechanical internal expanding 11½ inch drum brakes all around. - They were produced at the Oakland Assembly (California), at the North Tarrytown Assembly, (New York), at the Flint Assembly, (Michigan), at the Norwood Assembly (Ohio), at the St. Louis Assembly, St. Louis (Missouri), at the Oshawa Assembly (Ontario - Canada), at the Osaka Assembly (Osaka - Japan), at the General Motors South Africa plant (Port Elizabeth - South Africa), at the GM Argentina plant (Buenos Aires - Argentina) and at the GM Belgium plant (Antwerp - Belgium). - The CA Master Series was available as this 4-door Sedan, as 2-door Town Sedan (30,657 units built), as 4-door Phaeton (543 units built), as 2-door Sport Coupé (26,691 units built), as 2-door Business Coupé (60,402 units built),as 2-door Cabriolet (4,276 units built), as 2-door Coach (162,629 units built) and as 2-door Sport Roadster (2,876 units built). - Sidemounted tires & covers, white wall tires, dual front horns (referred to as "Town and Country"), twin trumpet horns, a passenger side Brake and Parking light, trunk rack, polished hood louvers, external rearview mirror, cigar lighter, running board step plates, Artillery type wooden wire wheels, dual rear tail lights, rumble seat, dual cowl lights, original-type rubber matting with embossed Chevrolet bowtie pattern, wind wings on the open models and rear spare cover were optional.
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