1914 Chevrolet Series L news, pictures, and information
The Chevrolet 'Light Six' Series L was introduced in 1914, the same year that the famous Chevrolet 'Bow Tie' emblem was put into use. The Series L was given a Sterling L-head engine with six-cylinders and 35 horsepower. The wheelbase measured 112-inches and sold for $1,475. The cars had a 'platform' type rear suspension, 26-inch wheels, and a four-door Touring bodystyle. The production run of the Series L lasted from 1914 through 1915, with fewer than 1,000 examples produced.
The owner of this car actively searched for years using original sales brochures to find this car. It was found in Massachusetts in 1984. The owner is a Chevrolet collector who has been collecting for over fifty years and this is the only Light Six he has found - it may even be the only example left in existence. The owner restored the car himself over many years, painting it to match the shade of blue used in the first year Chevy 'bow tie.'
By Daniel Vaughan | Aug 2010
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