Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this 1946
Chevrolet Pickup Truck! Cars are no doubt an important part of
history. Luckily, much of the history is in tact with this old
truck. The original owner drove and maintained the vehicle from new
until 1992! After a long life serving its owner the truck was
allowed a rest until 2016. After sitting for awhile many parts had
gone bad, and many others were replaced. In short the truck was
given a full tune-up and brought back to running order. Although on
the surface it may not have the shine and luster of a fresh
restoration, lurking beneath the patina is a time capsule of
Americana history. While trucks like this may not be the ideal for
a cross country adventure, they are great vehicles for light-duty
use, or hometown cruising! A 12-volt electrical conversion was made
to help modernize the truck a bit, and new brakes installed for
some added confidence. The body certainly shows flaws and that is
intentional because the paint and body is largely original. There's
a lot to like about the truck, and a world of potential awaits! For
additional information on this 1946 Chevrolet Pickup Truck please
call our knowledgeable staff at (618) 271-3000 or email us at
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1946 Chevrolet Pickup
Exterior Color:Green & Black
Interior Color:Tan & Brown
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