Body is rust free and straight with some minimal surface rust on the chassis. The original paint green with one respray in Baby Blue with a off white accent stripe. There are two tiny dents that can be easily repaired and a tiny spot o body filler in the lower corner of the ramp. An air dam was added to help with driving on the freeway. The original truck mirrors were removed and replace with peep mirrors. The headlight bezels are NOS and the headlights, taillight lenses, reflectors are new.Brand new 15" Michelin Defender tires with Cragar custom wheels and the spare tire has a powder coated wheel with new tire.
The entire brake system along with a new e brake cable was replaced including an upgrade to a dual master cylinder. The clutch cable was replaced and the shift linkage was repaired.
The interior is resprayed black and the rear view mirror, dome light, headlight switch, cigarette lighter, window cranks,door handles defroster hoses, armrests, pedal rubbersetc,etc were replaced. I have the following new parts to finish the interior-ashtray, original working radio, speaker and housing from Fred Bybee Classic Radios,vent window weatherstripping, windshield and back window weatherstripping, stainless deluxe windshield trim. The speedo and gas gauge need repair and there is a small half inch separation in the bottom of the bench seat.
The truck won two awards at car shows last fall and gets a lot of looks wherever it is driven
Will also trade for an Chevy Advanced Design 1947-1953 pickup truck
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