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Offered here is a beautifully restored 1951 GMC Model 950 Truck matched to a 1943 Weber built hay-hauler flatbed trailer. This rig is extremely handsome and was built specifically to show about fifteen years ago. This truck has not just been cosmetically painted but restored as the photos of the engine and undercarriage attest. The truck runs an original 671 GMC diesel motor with a 5-speed main and 3-speed brownie transmission. I have been driven in this rig and it runs, drives, stops and performs wonderfully. All paint is very presentable with much masterfully applied pinstripe plus all chrome has been restored. The interior upholstery is wonderful as are all the gauges and interior accessories.
The vintage trailer is a 1943 Weber flatbed which was fabricated in Los Angeles back in the day. The truck and trailer all run highly polished aluminum wheels which really set the pair off nicely. All the hardwood flatbed decking on both units remain in fantastic condition.
This restoration could not be reproduced for three times the asking price of this rig. If you are seeking a true collectible truck and trailer you have located your rig. The pair are really quite extraordinary.
This rig is owned by and avid classic car, truck and boat collector/restorer that is thinning out some of his collection. Other items that will soon be available is a 1946 Ford Deluxe Woodie, a mint 1954 Buick Skylark convertible which is extremely rare plus an elegant and restored 1956 Chris Craft 27-foot Sedan Cruiser. So please check out my other items for sale on this Online Showroom.
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