Chevrolet's Advance-Design pickup trucks were the brand's first
major redesign after the end of World War II. Chevrolet's intent
was to design a more capable truck with a polished look. Starting
sales with the 1947 model year; this generation of Chevy trucks
held sales leadership in the United States until 1955. With such
success; the Advance-Design pickup series would experience little
in the way of redesign until the 1953 model year.
This 1949 Chevrolet 3100 is an all-steel body truck that has undergone a high quality full restoration. The vehicle exterior is painted Mariner Blue and has a stunning walnut bed. The truck's laser-straight body shows tremendously well and includes a Fulton sun visor; chrome grill and bumpers; Goodyear wide white wall tires and fog lamps. The fender displays the '3100' model name which was a late-1949 add for light duty Chevy trucks. On the inside; burgundy seating is complimented by a gray dash. The quality of the exterior is matched by the trucks interior; which also offers the comfort of a deluxe heater. Driving fantastically on a 216 cubic inch inline 6; this '49 pickup is not to be missed.
Unless stated otherwise, vehicle mileage on title is exempt and unknown if original.
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A good old pickup truck seems like just the thing for a relaxed Labor Day weekend, so for today’s Pick of the Week, we have a sweet-looking 1954 Chevrolet 3100 that’s for sale.
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