About 1952 Chevy Car
With the advent of the public highway system, referred to as the Eisenhower Interstate System, automakers began hitting their stride in the 1950s as more families and individuals sought cars for hitting the open road. By 1952, Chevy cars were some of the best selling around, with three specific models available: Stylemaster, Fleetmaster, and Fleetline. When new, these vehicles ranged in price from 1,500 dollars for a business coupe Stylemaster to 2,200 dollars for a four-door, eight-passenger wagon. In most cases, two distinct engines were available for 1952 Chevrolets, each featuring a cast iron block, overhead valve, 6-cylinder engine with a Rochester/Stromberg single-barrel carburetor. The differences were that the base 6-cylinder manual transmission engine has a cubic inch displacement of 216.5 and is capable of reaching 92 horsepower at 3400 RPM while the 6-cylinder automatic transmission engine features a 235.5-cubic-inch powertrain that achieves 105 horsepower at 3600 RPM. Styles to choose from include two-door town sedans, four-door sport sedans, sports coupes, convertible coupes, and the four-door wagon. Whether you are looking for a 1952 Chevrolet Coupe, such as the Bel-Air Coupe, or some other type of 1952 Chevy Car, there are still quite a few available as part of a large inventory of classic cars available on eBay. Relive the days when the nation's infrastructure was making getting to faraway friends and relatives much easier and climb behind the wheel of a 1952 Chevrolet.