Incredible frame-off restored '59 Chevrolet Apache Fleetside. Four year build by older gentleman in Wyoming. Powered by a freshly rebuilt Chevy 350CI paired with a Saginaw 4-Speed and Hurst Shifter. Chevy 10-Bolt Rear-End. Integral Power Steering and Brakes w/discs on the front. American Auto Wire wiring harness. Engine rebuild with dome pistons, comp cam, aluminum heads, and roller rockers. MP3 radio with speakers under the seats and in kick panels. All new glass and chrome. New oak bed with stainless steel bed strips. Aluminum fuel tank, new upholstery and Supreme Wheels. Paint matched tool box as well. No expense was spared in the restoration. Restoration began with a rust free Wyoming pickup. Only 587 miles since restoration. Fleetsides like this are hard to find and this one is simply beautiful !
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