1954 Chevy 3600 Pickup Truck
Dark Gray Metallic
interior is black vinyl w/ diamond plate trim
This is a 1954 Chevrolet 3600 Pickup truck originally built with a stock 235 cubic inch 6 cylinder engine and 3 speed manual transmission. It was re-constructed by brothers who decided to put the truck on a newer 1993 GMC 2WD chassis and running gear, including Chevy 350 crate engine and automatic transmission, power brakes, power steering, tilt steering column with cruise control, remote start, bucket seats, chrome wheels, dual exhaust with cut-outs and side exhaust, full instrumentation, and handmade bed.
The front tires are BF Goodrich Long Tread TA size 225x75R16, rear tires are Goodyear Wrangler LT size 245x75R16, both with minimal tread wear, and are mounted on chromed slotted wheels with Chevy logo center caps in very nice condition, bright and shiny.
The instrument panel was nicely refinished to match exterior. All the gauges work and the faces and lenses are bright.
The headliner is black vinyl, nicely fitted.
The radiator has been upgraded to larger model to handle southern heat.
Vehicle equipped with power brake booster, nicely finished, and dual chamber master cylinder connected to front disc and rear drum brakes. The fan shroud was custom made, painted body color.
Vintage heat / air has been recently installed.
Bed is in good condition but should be resealed.
Additional photos, including photos of the original truck build, can be found at https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wjb4lcwfkvshli0/AAB_cPdNg-bNH6wcmr27Klo9a?dl=0
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