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1954
Chevrolet
3100 3 Window
Stock # 4740-DFW
Engine 235 I6
Transmission 3 Speed Manual
Color Orange
Interior Brown
Mileage 67,528 (Unknown)
Chassis
Front Wheel Specification 15"
Rear Wheel Specification 15"
Front Brakes Specification Drum
Rear Brakes Specification Drum
Exhaust Type Dual
Options
Vinyl Interior Heat
Advertised Price
COOL VINTAGE CHEVY! 235 INLINE 6 W/ 3 ON THE TREE MANUAL, SHARP COLORS!

This dialed-in 1954 Chevrolet 3100 3-Window pickup is looking for a job. Willing to put in long hours, carry heavy loads, and look good while doing it, it can still be used as a truck. On the other hand, with its quality restoration, this is also a great-driving pickup that's got a comfortable ride and solid power to go with those timeless good looks. Capture the best of both worlds with this bright orange truck that you can use as a workhorse like Chevy intended, and also drive to the cruise night to draw big crowds every time out.

Bright paint colors are always a great choice on a vintage pickup, and thanks to the wonders of modern paint, this vivid Orange 3100 looks far more appealing than it did when it was new. It was refinished a few years ago to a very solid driver-quality standard, and thanks to expert care and maintenance, it still looks great with only minor signs of use and age. The Advance Design pickups are a favorite among truck enthusiasts, and they were one of the first trucks to take into account that just maybe all those farmers and carpenters wanted something that was stylish and comfortable as well as durable and versatile. Fit and finish are quite good and unlike so ... Please ask for the full description.

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Fort Worth, TX, 76137
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Stock #:
4740-DFW
1954 Chevrolet 3100 3 Window
$32,995
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1954 Chevrolet 3100 3 Window

$32,995
SOLD
Stock
4740-DFW
Engine Size
235 I6
Transmission
3 Speed Manual
Miles
67,528 (Unknown)
Location
Fort Worth
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COOL VINTAGE CHEVY! 235 INLINE 6 W/ 3 ON THE TREE MANUAL, SHARP COLORS!

This dialed-in 1954 Chevrolet 3100 3-Window pickup is looking for a job. Willing to put in long hours, carry heavy loads, and look good while doing it, it can still be used as a truck. On the other hand, with its quality restoration, this is also a great-driving pickup that's got a comfortable ride and solid power to go with those timeless good looks. Capture the best of both worlds with this bright orange truck that you can use as a workhorse like Chevy intended, and also drive to the cruise night to draw big crowds every time out.

Bright paint colors are always a great choice on a vintage pickup, and thanks to the wonders of modern paint, this vivid Orange 3100 looks far more appealing than it did when it was new. It was refinished a few years ago to a very solid driver-quality standard, and thanks to expert care and maintenance, it still looks great with only minor signs of use and age. The Advance Design pickups are a favorite among truck enthusiasts, and they were one of the first trucks to take into account that just maybe all those farmers and carpenters wanted something that was stylish and comfortable as well as durable and versatile. Fit and finish are quite good and unlike so many of these trucks, it managed to keep a good bit of its original trim for that old-school simplicity that is a large part of the 3100's charm. Up front there's a chromed grille that's in great shape, the shiny running boards are brightly polished, and the chrome bumpers fore and aft serve as perfect endcaps to the already vivid exterior. The bed's full of stylish lumber that was nicely stained and glazed, with chrome slats holding them together for a finish as a slick as a dance floor. But don't worry, if you still want to use this 3100 like a pickup, it's more than capable of hauling half of Home Depot away for you – and with this familiar color scheme they might just want to park it out front as a marketing piece. All the extra bright bits like the handles, mirrors, and badges provide great contrast against the vivid orange finish, and this is one of the last vehicles to use factory-installed running boards so where glad they've been highlighted with a bright finish.

The two-tone tan-and-brown interior covers the basics with a little added style, and that's part of the truck's Blue-Collar charm. The bench seat will accommodate three in a pinch, and has been reupholstered in durable vinyl with a lovely two-tone design. The original instruments are in place and have bright crisp markings inside two big round pods, and the brown steel dashboard with tan accents is a handsome design that's functional, too. The door panels match the pattern on the bench seat, as does the covered headliner above, and a thick rubber floormat helps insulate the cab and is a cinch to clean up. Like many trucks of the era there was no radio when it was new, so a Kenwood AM/FM/Cassette head unit was added in the center of the dash, and beyond a factory heater there aren't any other creature comforts to speak of. But that's not really what buying one of these vintage haulers is about, as listening to the torque build up as the Inline-6 shifts through gears is all the entertainment you should ever really need. Steering is made easier thanks to the large diameter 3-spoke steering wheel with a wrapped rim, and there's an aftermarket turn signal stalk unit mounted on the column and a set of lap belts for safety. It's not exactly luxurious, but it's a great place to experience life in the slow lane.

Chevy's 235 cubic inch "Thriftmaster" is under the hood doing a great job, and if you've ever driven a vehicle with one of these engines, you know they're smooth and torquey. This particular Straight 6 fires up with ease and has been readied for work, and the presentation under the hood is very close to stock – with Ford Blue enamel on the valve cover and engine block and a single barrel carburetor and oil-bath style air cleaner helping it breathe. A set of headers were added for a little additional snarl, and the spirited Straight 6 moves the stock little truck easily - empty or loaded. Maintenance is a breeze, and keeping these running is never a chore, especially with upgraded components like the 12-volt electrical system. On this one, the hoses, belts, plugs, wires, and fuel pump appear to have been attended to not long ago, further proof of a life lived under the care of conscientious ownership. The torquey motor is managed by a smooth-shifting 3-speed manual transmission and spins an upgraded 10-bolt rear end with 3.55 gears inside according to the differential cover. It's very solid underneath, too, with stock components throughout and a throaty dual exhaust system that adds a little rumble to the Thriftmaster's soundtrack. Upgraded Ralley wheels were painted bright orange to match the body and outfitted with chrome beauty rings and matching 'Chevrolet' Baby Moon hubcaps for some final flash, and then wrapped with thick 215/70/15 Kumho radials to finish the look.

Fun hobby pickups don't get much cooler than this, and when they're also useful the argument is easy to make. Call today and give this truck a job!

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Features

  • Vinyl Interior
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Orange
Interior Color
Brown
Front Brakes
Drum
Rear Brakes
Drum
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