The Chevrolet Confederate Series BA was a car built in 1932 model year. It was the only car produced by Chevrolet in 1932. It was the successor to the series Independence Series AE.

The vehicle was introduced in December 1931 and was available with fourteen different body styles. Some of these included a two-door and a four-door sedan. The car had a six-cylinder inline engine (OHV), which came from its predecessor. The engine with a displacement of 3179cc developed an output of 60bhp (44 kW) at 3000rpm. The engine power was transmitted via a single-plate dry clutch, and a manual three-speed gearbox (fully synchronised) to the rear wheels. All four wheels had mechanical drum brakes and wire wheels as standard. Another new feature was the long hood and four chrome air vents on either side.

The selling prices were further reduced slightly and ranged between $445 and $625 (depending on the model). After 12 months 306,716 cars had been produced. Successors were the larger Eagle Master Series CA the standard Mercury Series CC .