1937 Chevrolet Truck with Tiny House on back. Been working on this
for quite some time and have thousands of hours and lots of money
invested in this build, but all the hard and expensive work is
done. The truck is a 37 all original and still has the original 6
cylinder powertrain in it that runs perfect and only shows 73 k on
the odometer and have CLEAR TITLE for it, which is hard to come by.
Its got a new aluminum radiator,plugs,wires,cap,rotor,points,6 volt
battery, valve cover gasket and it cranks first lick, and runs
excellent. The clutch and tranny shift and work great. The interior
is really clean for its age and the seat has no rips. The brakes
had some air in them and when I went to bleed the air out, the
bleeder broke off, so someone will need to screw 4 new bleeders in
so you can get the air out and the brakes work fine. I just mounted
a brand new gas tank under the truck so everything is clean. All
the glass is in the truck but the drivers side is cracked, you
could replace it for 40 bucks or just go get a peice of flat glass
cut if you wanted to fix it. We painted it up to look like a old
watermelon truck and the famous sign painter Sean Starr knocked it
out of the park on this paint job! Then I sprayed 4 coats of clear
so it will last! The tiny house is built out of reclaimed lumber
off a old barn and looks amazing. The roof has a wooden shingle
style under the rusty tin roof I added for looks so there is no
leaks. Theres a little porch off the back with a covered roof and
antique metal railing that looks great and is sturdy. I just
finished the inside with all new shiplap walls and did a shabby
shic white dry brushed look and insulated it really goo so it
should be like a refrigerator in the summer and a oven in the
winter. The ceiling took the longest, I pulled out that old bead
board from a farm house and cleaned it and installed it across the
roof of the interior which made a gigantic difference. The floors
are pine with stain.
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