With 46 horsepower (15% more than the competition from Ford) Chevrolet's overhead valve six-cylinder AD series was ideal for commercial use. Roadster Delivery was Chevrolet's term for the two-seat roadster body with pickup bed, adaptable to a number of commercial and agricultural applications. Built in St. Louis, this 1930 Universal Roadster Delivery has been attractively restored in Red with Black fenders accented with Beige. It has Black upholstery and a Tan cloth top along with varnished wood bed sideboards. It is surprisingly well equipped including an exhaust manifold hot air heater shroud, wire wheels, wide whitewall tires, a necker's knob on the steering wheel, a single side-mounted spare wheel and tire and a folding windshield. It has been attractively restored and recently detailed to standards that will be admired in any commercial vehicle or Chevrolet gathering, a rare and highly desirable early Chevrolet commercial vehicle, the direct ancestor of generations of Chevy trucks and a body style that reappeared 39 years later in the K-5 Blazer.