Chevrolet 1935

EA /ED Master (6 cyl, 206.8 cu.in., 80 hp; wb: 113 in.)
  Business Coupe
  Coach
  Town Sedan
  Sport Coupe
  Sedan
  Sport Sedan
EC Standard (6 cyl, 206.8 cu.in., 74 hp; wb: 107 in.)
  Coach
  Coupe
  Phaeton
  Sport Roadster
  Sedan


Master De Luxe Town Sedan

Master Series EA with Dubonnet 'Knee Action' ifs. Standard Series EC resembled 1934 Standard DC and is continued as an economy model with rigid front axle.

General Motors during 1935 reCorded a total sales to dealers of 1,715,688 units, ranging from the cheapest Chevy at $495 to the top-line Cadillac at $7750. Of this total, just over one million were Chevrolets. It was the Chevrolet Division's first million-plus year since 1929.


Standard


Standard Coupé


Standard EC Sedan for British market.


Standard Sedan


Standard Sport Roadster


Master


Master Deluxe Sport Coupé


Master De Luxe Coupé


Master DeLuxe Town Sedan


Master DeLuxe Sport Sedan


Master DeLuxe Sport Coupé


Trucks


Suburban


DeLuxe Half-Ton Panel Truck