By the early 60's, Chevrolet's design engineers were looking to turn the heads of people by offering more than just transportation to get from point A to point B. The economy was good, people were spending money, and the people wanted STYLE!!! Chevy met the demand for styling by offering more standard "flash" on their trucks than ever before. This 1961 Chevrolet Apache is a fine example of that styling. With its huge hood and the beautiful chrome inserts, it commands attention as it travels down the road. It has a mild built small block engine, a great shifting TH350 automatic, rear differential gearing that makes it "get-up-and-go", and the proven sound of Flowmaster exhaust. All of the suspension and brake components are stock and operate as they should. The paint is a better than driver quality with a few blemishes, interior upholstery is great with a comfortable bench seat, and all of the exterior chrome will blind you in the sunlight! If you don't like talking to people when you stop for gas, this truck is not for you!! Call or come in today and lets make a deal. More inventory at www.gamtnclassics.com Financing available through "Collector Car Lending" for qualified buyers.
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