GR Auto Gallery is pleased to bring to market this highly original 1925 Chevrolet Superior K for your consideration. The 1925 Chevrolet Series K Superior was a much-improved new model for Chevy, which it needed after making do with a little-changed model in 1924.
Still on a 103 inch wheelbase, the 1925 Chevrolet Series K carried a nicely modified version of Chevys familiar 171 cubic inch four cylinder engine. It developed 26 horsepower, and a single dry plate clutch replaced the obsolete cone clutch. Chevy engineers also replaced the cars quarter-elliptic rear springs with modern semi-elliptic units.
Chevrolet axles had always been notoriously weak, and customers knew it. So a new semi-floating rear axle with one piece banjo casing was installed. It was borrowed from the abandoned Copper-Cooled model. Brakes were new 11 inch diameter pieces, but still only operated on the rear wheels.
Finished in Duco paint in different colors depending on model, Series K bodies were a little roomier than those of the Series F. Five body styles went on sale: Roadster, Touring, Coupe, Coach and Sedan. The Superior model rose Chevrolets sales 70%.
This example appears to be factory numbers matching car that is highly original. The car drives well and runs awesome. The engine was rebuilt 1,500 miles ago. Other highlights include new wood spokes, new wiring harness, new radiator, new rear axle and new front wheel bearings, rear spare tire, wood steering wheel, jack and rear shades.