1934 Chevrolet Master 4 Door Sedan
The 1934 Chevrolet Master (Series DA) replaced the 1933 Eagle series. The wheelbase was increased to 112 inches, 5 inches longer than the lower priced Chevrolet Standard Six (Series DC).
It was powered by an upgraded version of the “Stovebolt Six”, a 206 cubic inch six-cylinder engine that produced 80 hp.
The 1934 Chevrolet Master was mostly unchanged from the previous model year. The most visible changes were a new V-type radiator and grille. Also, the three louvers on the side of the cowl were shortened.
It also featured ‘Knee-Action’ front suspension and coil springs.
The rear had a semi-floating axle. Mechanical brakes on all four wheels and a three-speed manual transmission were standard.
Built from 1933–1942, the Master name was used on a number of different versions. The series name changed each model year.
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