Oldtimer picture gallery. Cars. 1932 Chevrolet.
1932 Chevrolet: BA Confederate
Year of production: 1932
Overall production: 313404 units
4x2 rearwheeldrive frontmotor car
2-passenger Roadster, 2410 pounds, 445 US dollars, 1118 built
2-passenger 3-window Coupe, 2580 pounds, 490 US dollars, 8874 built
5-passenger Coach, 2665 pounds, 495 US dollars, 132109 built
5-passenger Sedan, 2750 pounds, 590 US dollars, 27718 built
2-4-passenger Sport Coupe, 2645 pounds, 535 US dollars, 26623 built (including 2-4-passenger DeLuxe Sport Coupe)
2-4-passenger DeLuxe Sport Coupe, 2695 pounds, 550 US dollars, 26623 built (including 2-4-passenger Sport Coupe)
2-passenger 5-window Coupe, 2580 pounds, 490 US dollars, 34796 built (including 2-passenger 5-window DeLuxe Coupe)
2-passenger 5-window DeLuxe Coupe, 2630 pounds, 505 US dollars, 34796 built (including 2-passenger 5-window Coupe)
5-passenger Coupe, 2700 pounds, 575 US dollars, 7566 built (including 5-passenger DeLuxe Coupe)
5-passenger DeLuxe Coupe, 2700 pounds, 590 US dollars, 7566 built (including 5-passenger Coupe)
5-passenger Landau Phaeton, 2700 pounds, 625 US dollars, 1602 built (including 5-passenger DeLuxe Landau Phaeton)
5-passenger DeLuxe Landau Phaeton, 2750 pounds, 640 US dollars, 1602 built (including 5-passenger Landau Phaeton)
5-passenger DeLuxe Phaeton, 2520 pounds, 495 US dollars, 419 built
2-4-passenger DeLuxe Sport Roadster, 2530 pounds, 500 US dollars, 8552 built
2-passenger DeLuxe Coupe, 2630 pounds, 510 US dollars, 2226 built
5-passenger DeLuxe Coach, 2715 pounds, 515 US dollars, 9346 built
5-passenger DeLuxe Special Sedan, 2850 pounds, 630 US dollars, 52446 built
Wheelbase - 109,0 inches
Engine: 60hp/3000rpm, Straight 6 - cyl,
194,0 cid, torque is 130 ft lbs
Bore/Stroke: 35/16 / 33/4 inches
Compression ratio: 5,2 : 1
Length 172 in, width 67 in, height 69 in
Clearance to the differential banjo is 8,5 inches, front axle is the same
Carburettor: Carter W-1 model 212-S or 235-S single barrel downdraft with accelerator pump
Transmission: 3 speed sincromesh 2nd
and 3rd gears
Rear axle ratio: 4,1 : 1
Maximal speed: 60-65 miles per hour
Tyres: 5.25x18, although those supplied in
the USA are marked 5.25/5.50x18.
Fuel tank capacity: 11 gal US, which is 46L?
Fuel consumption: 18mi/gal at 35-40 mph, once did 20 mpg what is that 9L /100Km (experience of Tom Matlock with his
1932 Chevrolet deluxe coach)
The 1932 Chevy sports roadster could
travel from 0-35 mph in 6.7 seconds!
Photos are from:
Deals On Wheels,
Classic Auto Register Service,
Antique Autos Online,
Hemmings Motor News,
James Wolfe, owner of this pictured
4-door special sedan (USA). Thanks, Jim!
Data are from the "Encyclopedia of American cars", Publications International, Ltd., 1993, USA.
Thanks for help to Tom Matlock (Utah,
USA), the owner of 1932 Chevrolet
deluxe coach, and to
Nathaniel Carl Anderson (Pine Island,
Minnesota, USA), the owner of 1938
Chevrolet 2-door trunkback town sedan
Skip Geear (Oregon, USA), national 1930 and 1932 technical advisor for the Vintage Chevrolet Club of America.
You are welcome to write me by E-mail Contact. Andrei Bogomolov.
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Last updated 20 VII 2001.