The Chevrolet Series AC International was a car made only for the 1929 model year and was the only successor to the National Series AB.
The vehicle was introduced in December 1928 and was available in ten different body styles -six, two-and four-door.
The car, unlike the previous model, had four-cylinder top-driven six-cylinder in-line engine (OHV). The engine with 3179cc capacity developed an output of 46bhp (34 kW) at 2600rpm. The power was transmitted via a single dry clutch, and a manual three-speed gearbox to the rear wheels. All four wheels had mechanical brakes drum brakes.
The selling prices were between $525 and $725 depending on the model.
After 13 months 1,328,605 vehicles had been produced and the car was succeeded by the Universal Series AD from the International.