1947 Chevrolet Fleetline 2100 EK

The postwar Chevrolet models were mildly altered versions of their 1942 models, which were good enough to make Chevrolet the best-selling automaker in the United States. The reliable six-cylinder 'Stovebolt Six' were competitively priced and the styling was both conservative and attractive. Bodystyles on the Fleetline included a Sport Master sedan and an Aerodynamic Sedan, which the Aero Sedan accounting for 159,407 units sold, it's most ever. Chevrolet's slogan for the Fleetmaster was 'The Big Car for Less,' having a base price for just $1,313. The Sport Master Sedan, of which 54,531 were sold, had a base price of $1,370.

The 1947 Chevrolet Fleetline had a new grille, triple stainless steel 'speedlines' on the fenders, and a 90 horsepower, 216.5 CID overhead valve engine backed by a three-speed manual transmission. Drum brakes were located at all four corners, the wheelbase measured 116-inches, and the suspension was comprised of semi-elliptic leaf springs with shocks.

by Daniel Vaughan | Apr 2020

Related Reading : Chevrolet Fleetline History

Chevrolet introduced their 1941 Fleetline part-way through the season. It was positioned at the top of the Chevrolet product line, riding on a 116-inch wheelbase, and powered by a six-cylinder engine. The car came in two body styles, an Aerosedan and a Sport Master. The Aerosedan had two-doors while the Sport Master had four. There were over 61,000 examples of the Aerosedan produced while the Sport....
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Related Reading : Chevrolet Fleetline History

Following the trauma and tumult of World War II, Americans craved a truly patriotic new car rather than a rehashed pre-war design, and makeshift repairs on older cars. Chevrolet introduced a stylish fastback design, the 1941 Fleetline halfway through the season, built on a 116-inch wheelbase, powered by a six-cylinder engine. With a striking resemblance to the Buick Super, the 1941 Fleetline was....
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1947 Chevrolet Fleetline 2100 EK vehicle information

Aerodynamic Sedan

The 1947 Chevrolet had a strong resemblance to its prewar counterpart. There were a number of changes but all were minimal. This was a significant year for Chevrolet. Sales of 684,145 units made Chevrolet the number one automobile manufacturer, outse....[continue reading]

Aerodynamic Sedan

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1947 Fleetline 2100 EK
1947 Chevrolet Fleetline 2100 EK Price Range: $1,315 - $1,370

Model Year Production

1952Chevrolet (818,142)Ford (671,733)Plymouth (396,000)818,142
1951Chevrolet (1,229,986)Ford (1,013,381)Plymouth (611,000)1,229,986
1950Chevrolet (1,498,590)Ford (1,208,912)Plymouth (610,954)1,498,590
1949Ford (1,118,308)Chevrolet (1,010,013)Plymouth (520,385)1,010,013
1948Chevrolet (696,449)Ford (430,198)Plymouth (412,540)696,449
1947Chevrolet (671,546)Ford (429,674)Plymouth (382,290)671,546
1946Ford (468,022)Chevrolet (398,028)Plymouth (264,660)398,028
1942Chevrolet (254,885)Ford (160,432)Plymouth (152,427)254,885

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