This blue 1952 Chevrolet 3100 pickup truck has been correctly
restored to exacting standards. The half-ton pickup's all-steel
body has been restored to new condition with great fit of all
panels, and features all the proper original exterior components
found in 1952. The laser-straight bodywork is covered in brilliant
blue paint accented by the chrome bumpers and nice trim brightwork.
Inside the pickup bed is a finely crafted wood floor complemented
by stainless-steel trim and fasteners. Under the hood is a detailed
engine compartment that showcases the carbureted 235ci inline
6-cylinder engine restored to original condition. This powerplant
is mated to an upgraded 4-speed manual transmission with floor
shifter. The power is transferred to the pavement via a sturdy GM
rear axle and whitewall radial tires mounted on factory steel
wheels with chrome trim rings and hubcaps. With its factory single
exhaust system, the Chevrolet makes all the right sounds. Inside
the cabin is a two-tone black and gray vinyl upholstered bench seat
interior with vinyl flooring. Added features include heat and the
auxiliary gauge pod to monitor the engine functions. From the Raser
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