PRICED-TO-MOVE DRIVER 3100, 350 V8, AUTO, PWR STEERING & BRAKES, READY TO GO!!
The Advance Design pickups are on the radar with enthusiasts, and if you've been holding off waiting for a deal, here's a newsflash: they will not be getting cheaper. The good news is that you can own this beautifully built 1953 Chevy 3100, not for $30,000 or $35,000, but quite a bit less.
Basic white looks great on pickups, particularly vintage vehicles with lots of curves. The bright finish lets all those great '40s shapes stand out without making it look excessively modern, and it's a great background for logos on the door such as the "Hot Rod Madness" logo this one wears. With straight bodywork that's uncommon on old trucks, it gets a ton of attention on the street and a lot of folks fall in love at first sight. Sure, it's been driven, but who could resist? Today it's a great-looking example of a show-and-go pickup that's fully sorted and nicely turned out. Gaps are about what you got with a commercial vehicle of the period, and the beautiful wood bed gives it an upscale appeal that will make you think twice about returning it to service duty. That same bed also offers a custom rear roll pan with built-in license plate frame, a hand-lettered tailgate, and marker lights up high. A new front bumper, painted grille inserts, and running boards maintain the vintage look with just a subtle upgrade that gives it a custom look.
Inside it's still basic and simple, but carries enough details to give it a purposeful and upscale look. The bench seat is from a late-model, offering a center armrest and comfortable cloth upholstery. A matching late-model steering wheel and matching tilt column make it easy to get comfortable. Big, round gauges remain in the dash giving a full view of the engine, including a tach and a fuel level gauge up high. Red carpets help control noise and heat and really brighten up the interior, and you get contrasting red window garnish moldings that are just the right touch. An AM/FM/cassette head unit fits in a neat Chevrolet panel in the center of the dash and it matches the polished glove box lid for an old-fashioned look.
The engine is a 350 cubic inch Chevy V8, which is a big step up over the original Stovebolt Six that lived there in 1953.With a Holley carb and finned aluminum valve covers, it has a dressed-up look that doesn't upset its work-ready demeanor. Power steering and front disc brakes were added during the build, both of which came with the GM subframe that was grafted on. A TH350 3-speed automatic is rugged and reliable, giving this truck the ability to still haul some gear, and the rear end comes from a late-model Chevy S10 pickup with 3.08 gears inside. A dual exhaust system sounds racy and it's been fitted with tube-style shocks so the ride is a lot less truck-like than you'd expect from something of this vintage. Polished Billet Specialty wheels and staggered 195/65/15 front and 265/50/15 rear Goodyear radials give it the perfect stance.
A cool old truck that's ready to enjoy immediately, offering proven reliability and a ton of potential. Enjoy it now, upgrade it along the way, and watch prices go up at the same time. Call today!
AM/FM Radio, Cassette Player, Tilt Wheel, Vinyl Interior, Front Disc Brakes, Power Steering
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- 350 V8
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- Transmission Spec
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- Body Style
- Pickup Truck
- 28,478 (Unknown)
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- Split Bench
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- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months