For Sale is: 1957 Chevrolet 3100 pickup truck. Small block chevy V8 with 4 barrel carb, dual exhaust, Power Steering, Power brakes, GM 350 automatic with Lokar floor shifter, 12 bolt GM rear end. Low back, 8 way electric bucket seats. In my almost 20 year ownership, this truck has never spent a night outside and only rained on once which was over 15 years ago.
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At over 70, my age and health have determined it is time to end my some 20 year relationship with this classic beauty.
Body and Bed are very very straight. You will not have to do body work on this classic. The bed was replaced at some time in it's history with likely a new one.
Call and ask any questions, come see it, or send someone.
Clear title, garage kept for well over 20 years, non smoker, driven very little. All reasonable offers will be considered.
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