Chevrolet 1930

AD Universal (6 cyl, ohv, 193.9 cu.in., 50 hp; wb: 107 in.)
 Roadster
 Phaeton
 Sport Roadster
 Coach
 Coupe
 Rumble Seat Coupe
 Sedan
 sps
 Sport Coupe
 Club Sedan

Roadster $495
Phaeton $495
Sport Roadster $555
Coach $565
Coupé $565
Sport Coupé $655
Club Sedan $665
Sedan $675
Special Sedan $725 (6 wire wheels standard)
Sedan Delivery $595
Light Delivery Chassis $365
1½ Ton Chassis $520
1½ Ton Chassis with Cab. $625
Roadster Delivery $440 (Pick-up box extra)
Prices f. o. b. factory, Flint, Mich. Bumpers and spare tire extra.

'Stovebolt Six' engine had replaced four cylinder for 1929 model year. Body by Fisher.


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Chevrolet Universal AD Coach


Sport Roadster


Chevrolet Universal AD Sedan


The seating arrangement of the Chevrolet Six really invites relaxation. Cushions are broad, deep and scientifically formed and the seat backs are so pitched as to conform to the natural posture.