Truly classic American truck. This 1942 Chevrolet pickup is one of
the last civilian vehicles built before the US entered World War
This extremely solid original truck was restored several years ago
to a nice driver standard. It is mechanically excellent having
recently received a rear main seal and new clutch. The engine
starts quickly and runs smoothly. The transmission shifts well for
a truck of this generation and the brakes are very good for a truck
of this era.
Cosmetically it is a very presentable driver. There are numerous
small scratches and chips in the paint, but the body is straight as
an arrow and rock solid. The bed wood looks very good. It is solid
and has a fresh coat of stain and clear, but it is not
over-restored. The frame is excellent and the suspension is tight.
The frame was not repainted.
The interior is in excellent condition with a nice light use
patina. It was restored to its original specifications.
You will find plenty of post-war model trucks and a good supply of
pre-war model trucks, but very rarely do you see a 1942 model. If
you're looking for an extremely honest, solid and original Classic
American pickup truck she's your girl
1942 Chevrolet Pickup
Exterior Color:Dark Green
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