What was the lowest priced Chevy car for ’52? The answer was a 1952 Chevrolet Business Coupe that had the Styleline Special trim or lack of trim. Built without a back seat these Chevrolet cars were sold to traveling salesmen.
A specially built platform and larger trunks for salesmen samples made this cheap Chevy car a good buy for the traveling business man. The Styleline Special Business Coupe was built with the same body as the 1952 Chevrolet Styleline Special Sport Coupes.
Chevrolet sold 10,359 business coupes in the production year 1952. At a cost of $1519.00 they were the cheapest Chevrolet car. The 1952 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible at $2113.00 and the 1952 Chevrolet Station Wagon at $2281.00 was the most expensive.
1952 Chevrolet Business Coupe
1952 Chevrolet Business Coupe Back Seat
This popular 1952 Chevrolet Business Coupe was equipped with a thrifty 216.5 cubic inch engine and a standard 3 speed transmission that delivers spectacular economy. Typical advertising stated – “A model to strike every fancy and suit every need…and again in 1952, the lowest priced line in its field!” 1952 Chevrolet’s For Sale
Typical 1952 Chevrolet Advertising
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1952 Chevrolet Styleline Special Business Coupe
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