Trucks are red-hot right now, and you won’t find many nicer than this 1957 Chevy pickup. Finished in dazzling “Citrus yellow paint” and powered by a 350 / V8 with aluminum heads & automatic 700R4 transmission, it has a sleek custom look & finish. Fun and practical!
Chevy trucks in the 50s were stylish as well as tough, and it shows well with the deeply creased sheet metal and forward-canted look of the doors and rear fenders. A few custom touches, such as the leather interior, Monte Carlo front clip & rear axle, the dash gauges with tilt wheel & power steering, air condition, disc brakes, custom dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers a tailgate with hidden latches, make it look sleek, not clumsy, and the work is absolutely seamless. Overall finish quality is extremely amazing, with straight panels and good panel alignment, and they took their time to make sure the paint covered every square inch, even in the places that aren’t immediately apparent. The bed has been augmented by a beautifully finished wood floor. This is a show-quality truck through & through and this Chevy pickup offers a great combination that will never go out of style it balances comfort and performance. What are you waiting for - Call today before you miss it.
JR. @ 770 - 530 – 8110
Also it is a two owner truck that was built in Texas, and it has a New set of Michelin Tires just put on.
The Pick of the Day is a truck with updated drivetrain and matching trailer
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While we are in the middle of Scottsdale Auction Week and surrounded by all sorts of Ferrari’s and other rare expensive cars, its nice to see something simple.
A good old pickup truck seems like just the thing for a relaxed Labor Day weekend, so for today’s Pick of the Week, we have a sweet-looking 1954 Chevrolet 3100 that’s for sale.
The adventures and foolishness of youth. Everyone has that childhood friend whom their wife disapproves. I would imagine I have been that for a few of my lifelong friends — natch. I had such a friend; his name was Marcus. We had a rather wild weekend up at Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, in a car very […]
Editor’s note: One morning last week, those arriving early at the ClassicCars.com office heard a noise coming from the storage closet. Fearing, perhaps, a rodent or two, they unlocked the door and peeked inside. What they saw was an old fax machine — remember those? — that was spitting out the last of three pages. […]
In July 2019, my cancer returned after six years, which also caused me to retire from my law enforcement career of some 36 years. I then started a treatment plan and in October, on my birthday, I couldn’t even eat any cake my wife, Kate, had gotten. So I sat in the corner and just […]
The coronavirus pandemic is having a major impact on automotive events, many of which are being canceled or postponed. Here are the latest announcements: The Mitty vintage racing weekend, scheduled for April 23-26 at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, has been canceled. In addition, the Historic Sportscar Racing Fall Histories, originally scheduled for September 23-26, will […]
This ClassicCars.com Marketplace featured listing is a 1965 Shelby Daytona Coupe (Factory Five reproduction) for sale in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. The Shelby is the legendary race car that you can’t afford. On the other hand, this is refined, modern, and street-legal version of the same car from Factory Five Racing, which is the next best […]