1950 Chevrolet Fleetline Deluxe 216ci Straight Six from North America
The best built post war Chevrolet
Timing gear broke at 80,000.
A little rust in the trunk.
The car handles like a truck and is slow on the freeway, but it was never built for freeway. This car was designed for 2 lane roads, paved and otherwise.
This car flies on dirt roads; you don't even feel bumps on the soft bench seat. The gearing is low, so it is kind of quick off the line, for the first second or two.
It is made of solid steel, the nose is plain, and the rear end design is beautiful. I drove this car on a daily while in college and it never let me down.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 23rd July, 2006
Someone in my area has a Fleetline that they don't seem to use much, and I was considering attempting to buy it. Any suggestions?
Gee Jan 7, aren't you being a little unfair? Yeah they have some problems like my grandfathers. All it needs is a new filler neck and the engine overhauled, but they're really great cars, if you can get one go for it! They may not be top of the line, but they'll outlast most of the other cars. Like it hasn't already.