Fresh Restoration, Motor and Transmission Rebuilds
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In 1925, Ford was the first of the Big Three to enter the pickup market, but it was Chevrolet that stood tall as Detroit's top truck-seller by the time of World War II. Chevy resumed civilian truck production in August 1945, and really got back to business in May 1947 with its new “Advance Design” pickups. Wider, longer and lower than the prewar leftovers marketed in 1946, the Advance Design models looked thoroughly modern and featured an equally modern “alligator” hood hinged at the rear. Beneath that gator was Chevy's proven 216-cid “Stovebolt” six-cylinder. There were few changes as the Advance Design trucks rolled into the 1950s, but Chevy continued to sell more trucks than all rivals—even with Ford's new F-series models on the market after 1948.
Available now is this beautifully restored 1951 Series 3100. Fresh engine and transmission rebuilds, this truck is ready to be driven anywhere. Like new inside and out. Wide-whites and Magna-Flow exhaust get this truck noticed. Be a hit at your next cruise night!
Vehicle is located in Wisconsin, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup and/or shipping charges from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.