Original restored 1950 Chevrolet 3100, 1/2 Ton Pickup Truck, Thriftmaster 235 CID straight 6 cylinder engine, column shift 3 speed manual transmission. Equipped with a wood bed, painted slats and stake sides. Beautiful exterior visor and dual side view mirrors. GM heater, defroster works great. Completely restored both mechanically and cosmetically. It has been converted to a 12 volt system. It starts, runs and drives great. Well maintained and everything works as it should. The car has turn signals and emergency hazard lights. Headlights (low and hi beam) work. Interior lights work. The fog lights also work properly. All gauges including fuel, battery, oil pressure, temperature, speedometer and odometer work. Windshield wipers, heater and defroster work. Glass good all around. All weather stripping and welting was replaced. Paint is very nice with a brilliant shine. Interior is nice with no rips or tears. Chrome trim and bumpers are also in great condition with no pitting. Original rims and hub caps with newer tires showing no wear: Triumph P235/75R15 radials. The truck has no issues and is a joy to drive. Great truck for fun or show.
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While we are in the middle of Scottsdale Auction Week and surrounded by all sorts of Ferrari’s and other rare expensive cars, its nice to see something simple.
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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