This 1950 Chevrolet 3100 is a full custom build with sleek chopped
body, loaded leather interior, and a nice fuel-injected V8 heart.
It all makes for a high-quality package on a head-turning street
This Chevy really has a nice look that's meaner than most. The
black paint sets the tone correctly with a deep and glossy finish
that makes the truck both attractive and mysterious. Adding to this
aura is how it's a full blackout package. The color-matched grille,
black bumpers, frenched headlights, and black tonneau cover all
give this a full midnight look. There's also added sleekness with
two inches chopped from the cab. There's also deleted trim, shaved
door handles, and a louvered tailgate to give this the look of a
slick custom. We particularly love the 17-inch American Racing Torq
Thrust wheels. They add to the speedy style, and the chrome-like
finish make them a true standout against all the darkness. Plus,
they also let you mount modern performance tires on this classic
Pop the remote door opener, and the mood instantly goes from mean
to luxurious. The tan interior gives a tasteful contrast to the
black exterior, and it's quite a thoughtful layout. There are
impressive details, like the custom door panels and plenty of
bright trim. You get great comfort features, like power windows,
power locks, an AM/FM/CD stereo, and provisions for air
conditioning (will need servicing to sustain a cold charge.) Your
seating is done in supple leather, and there's a fold down-center
console. The Budnik steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column, and
so it gives you a good view of the full VDO gauge panel.
The engine bay is ready for showing off, too. The smooth black
inner walls coordinate with custom elements like the black
Chevrolet valve covers, compressor, alternator and master cylinder.
While this looks quite nice, what you'll really love is that this
classic truck now has a more modern 350 cubic-inch V8 with fuel
injection. It's a quality package that even includes good
supporting components, like upgraded pulleys and an aluminum
radiator. It fires up readily like a good FI machine should, and
the rather straight dual exhaust pipes make a terrific sound. This
was built to be a fine driver, and so the suspension has been
upgraded with an independent front end and coilovers in the rear.
Plus, there's a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering,
and power brakes w/disc up front.
Sleek looks, the best comforts, and a proper fuel-injected V8 come
together on a well-done Chevy. Total package trucks like this don't
come up for grabs too often, so don't miss out. Call now!