The Chevrolet Master Eagle Phaeton from 1933 enabled the brand to retain its number one spot in U.S. passenger car sales. The top-of-the-line two-seat Master Eagle Cabriolet on the Chevrolet stand came without a roof.
The Master Eagle Phaeton is equipped with an overhead valve six-cylinder engine along with a Silent Synchro-Mesh transmission that offered easier gear changes for its times and a Starterator that enabled the engine to be started by simply pressing the gas pedal to the floor.
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