George McKee, a volunteer at the Sabin Schellenberg Center here in the Clackamas, Oregon area truly has a car for all seasons. From his 1927 Chev 2 dr sedan to his 32 Ford Roadster to this beautiful 1940 Master Deluxe Chevy Coupe.
When George first saw this car he knew he had to have it. You see George was born the same year this car was put together back in Michigan and volunteering in the automotive department at the Sabin Center he could envision the young students working on this Master Deluxe Coupe. He could already see this sweet little 40’ Chevy in a bright red finish running a 327 for power and a 350 tranny with a 411 rear-end.
Well, his new ride finally got all he envisioned, plus some, but it took over five years on a total body-off restoration and thousands of hours in auto-shop time to accomplish his goals. This beautiful ride has every power piece of equipment that one can install on a modern day automobile. Power steering, power brakes, power tinted windows, super sound system with a power antenna, custom handmade 18 gallon fuel cell, a delicious show interior including trunk, and an all chrome engine compartment that tops this award winning ride off with style. George has everything except enough parking space for all his custom creations.
So if you’re interested in a 1940 Show Class Master Deluxe Chevy Coupe give George a call at 971-285-7163, you won’t be sorry. She sounds and drives just like she looks: “sweet and neat”. We at R&R NW would like to thank George McKee for all of his years of volunteering at the Sabin-Schellenberg Center helping the young people with their automotive creations.