1955 Chevrolet 3100 pickup
This is a one of a kind pick-up built by the late Classic car designer and builder, Dean Bryant, of Elegant Customs it was his last and final build.
Dean Bryant started back in 1949 with a 1929 Model A roadster pickup, his first car and his first chopped roof. In an interview for Hot Rod Magazine “Still got it,” he said of the ’29. Dean loved to make custom cars. His big break came in 1955 when he got an order to make a ’32 Deuce Coupe for that future classic of B-moviedom Hot Rods from Hell. Things took off from there, with Dean cars now having been in everything from American Grafitti and Sylvester Stallone’s “Cobra” to Paula Abdul and Alan Jackson music videos. And of course there were two of the Dean cars in both the Gone in 60 Seconds movies.
Which leads us back to this build, this was Dean Bryant’s and Elegant Customs last build. Dean Passed the day after it was fired up for the first time, you can see this on YouTube on this attached link;
DT Auto Brokers in Salt Lake City is proud to offer for sale the 1955 3100 Big window by Elegant Customs and Dean Bryant, his final build, titled “Heaven Sent”
Feel free to contact us for information at [email protected]
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