1955 Chevrolet 3100 (Second Series) Pickup $60,000
Sandstone Beige Metallic/Black
ZZ4 SP350ci 400Hp Crate motor (3,900 mi.)
(Fast Burn 23-degree cyl. head incorporates LS-style beehive
valve springs to enhance high-rpm performance)
770 CFM Holley Street Avenger Carb
GM HEI Distibutor
Hedman HTC Polished Silver Ceramic-Metallic Headers
Dual 2” stainless exhaust w/ MagnaFlow Mufflers
QTP Electronic Exhaust Cutouts https://quicktimeperformance.com/p-35853-electric-exhaust-cutouts.html
Aluminum Radiator w/ CCI-1740 2700 CFM Electric Fan
700r4 Turbo Hydra-Matic Transmission
Vintage AC/Heat w/ Front Runner Drive system
Optima Red Top Battery (located under custom door behind passenger seat)
4 wheel Power disc brakes
Chassis has (10,519 mi.) since Frame off/nut-bolt restoration in 2012-13
Camaro front clip
Camaro 10 bolt rear
Schott Mod 5 EXL 18”x7” front/19”x8” rear Gloss Black Powdercoat
(CNC machined from forged billet aluminum) https://www.schottwheels.com/wheel/mod-5-exl-polished/1555-10
Yokohama 225/40/18 & 245/45/19
Tilt steering column
Forever Sharp steering wheel
Dakota Digital VHX-55C-PU-K-W GPS ready Gauge cluster (New in box)
I purchased this truck in November of 2014, the engine blew on the day after I bought it, so I had it towed to Hot Rods & Custom Stuff
in Escondido, this shop has built vehicles that have won the Ridler Award and compete in many top shows across the US.
I had them install the new crate motor, exhaust and Vintage AC, along with some other minor things that needed addressing, including
painting the grill & bumper black.
The original build was done by a gentleman from Hemet in his garage, a frame-off resto that was very meticulous, all wiring is hidden and
ran through the frame or tucked away. He also relocated the gas tank and created the hidden gas door behind the marker light on the rear
drivers side fender. Another custom touch is that he redesigned the outer door handles, just a button and 2 finger pull.
After the engine install was finished, I drove the truck to Schott Performance Wheels in Los Alamitos CA, the truck was measured for the
custom rims (Offset, Backspacing, Center Bore, etc.). The rims were then manufactured to the exact specs for this truck.
The truck runs and drives awesome, has more than enough power for daily driving and can cruise on the highway 80+, AC blowing cold w/o any issue.
The gauge cluster, speedo & odometer stopped working, but I do have a new in box Dakota Digital gauge cluster (see pics). It may not be a 6 figure truck right now but, I believe with a few more modifications (4 link, posi, coil overs) it could easily get there.
I have a 2 page certified Appraisal Report from HRCS.
I do not need any help selling the truck.
Low Ball offers will not be answered.
Please don’t waste your time or mine.
No Trades, Serious buyers ONLY!