1934 Chevy SedanMay 7, 2019
“We applied it to the inside surfaces of the body and to all underside panels including the transmission and driveshaft tunnel of our 1934 Chevy Sedan. I am really impressed at how well the heat control product works. The car has no carpet or other insulation on the floors and the surfaces remain only warm to the touch after extended cruising. Great stuff!”
— Jay S., North Carolina
We love when we exceed our customer’s expectations! With the LizardSkin Ceramic Insulation heat insulation coating, the floor of Jay’s vehicle was specifically targeted to reduce heat transfer. With the addition of other areas it was applied, the final result is a much cooler vehicle. If heat and noise are an issue, combine both products (in subsequent layers) and have a complete automotive sound deadening and insulation solution that results in a cooler and quieter ride.
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About The 1934 Chevy Sedan
The 1934 Chevy Sedan stands as a notable example of Chevrolet’s foray into more stylish and powerful vehicles during the early 20th century. This era marked a significant shift in automotive design and technology, and the 1934 Chevy embodied these changes with its elegant lines and improved engineering.
Featuring a more streamlined and aerodynamic design than its predecessors, the 1934 model was part of Chevrolet’s “Master” series. These cars were known for their knee-action independent front suspension, a novel feature at the time, which provided a smoother ride and better handling. The 1934 Chevy also boasted a six-cylinder engine, known as the “Stovebolt Six,” offering reliable performance and a significant upgrade in power compared to the four-cylinder engines common in earlier models.
The car’s design included a graceful grille, stylish fenders, and a more comfortable and spacious interior, making it attractive to a wide range of buyers. The 1934 Chevy Sedan was not only a mode of transportation but also a symbol of status and style.
Today, the 1934 Chevy Sedan is cherished by classic car enthusiasts for its beauty and as a representation of the automotive industry’s evolution in the early 1930s. It’s a testament to Chevrolet‘s commitment to innovation and style, making it a prized collectible in the vintage car market.