The Chevrolet Fleetmaster (Series DK) was a middle-class passenger car introduced in 1946. It was Chevrolet's top model and successor to the pre-war model, Chevrolet Special Deluxe. The 1947 variant was called the series 2100EK and the 1948 variant was known as the FK 2100.
The cars were equipped with a in-line six cylinder engine with a 3548cc displacement. This developed an output of 90bhp (66kW) at 3,300rpm. A fully synchronized, three-speed manual transmission with column shift was fitted and power was sent to the rear wheels.
Five body styles were available from the standard series. A two-door convertible and two-door sports coupe with five seats, two limousines with two or four-doors, each with six seats and a five-door station wagon with eight seats. There was also a "Woody" variant available.
In 1947, cars were fitted with a slightly modified radiator grille. In 1948, this was changed by inserting chromed T's again; additionally had the window chrome frame and the type designation Fleetmaster appeared at the back of the alligator hood on both sides.
In 1949, the Deluxe Series 2100GK replaced the Fleetmaster.
In three years of production, 1,250,986 cars were made of which 574,992 were Fleetlines.