In 1927 Chevrolet produced the AA Capitol Series, with a two-door coach, coupe, roadster and sport cabriolet model. It also made the four-door Imperial Landau, Landau sedan, sedan and a touring model. The V series consisted of a cabriolet, coach, Landau sedan, roadster, regular sedan, a touring and a utility coupe model.
1927 Chevys featured a 171-cubic-inch, valve-in-head engine with overhead poppet valves and three main bearings. The cast en bloc, four-cylinder motor is encased with the clutch and had external push-rods. The detachable cylinder head has eight main bolts. The engine's bore and stroke is 3 and 11/16 inches by 4 inches. It produces 26 horsepower at 2,000 rpm.
The 1927 Chevys had a 103-inch wheelbase with a semi-floating type axle. The spiral-bevel pinion rear differential utilized a propeller shaft. The cars had rear drum brakes, with no brakes on the front. They rode on semi-elliptical leaf springs with high clearance for the rough, muddy roads.
Their wheel track was 56 inches so as to match the horse-drawn buggy grooves.