This Graphite Blue Metallic 1952 Chevy 3100 short-bed custom pickup
has undergone a complete frame-off nut-and-bolt restoration. It's
powered by a V8 engine with FiTech Ram direct injection and billet
serpentine belt system backed by an automatic transmission. It's
also equipped with a fully wrapped dual 2.5-inch exhaust with
custom headers, an aluminum radiator with a high-volume Flex-a-Lite
fan and shroud, and Billet Specialties valve covers and air
cleaner. It rides on a custom chassis with independent front
suspension with QA1 coilovers and a triangulated 4-link 10-bolt
Chevy rear end, also with QA1 coilovers. The truck is stopped by
power-assisted multi-piston 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes and
cross-drilled rotors. The exterior features a custom bed with a
hidden tailgate latch, rear bumper delete, smoothed firewall,
modern Altman door latches. The interior is finished in a full
custom burgundy upholstery, with a custom-stitched headliner, and a
custom dash that was fitted with a full AutoMeter LCD screen
displaying all gauges digitally (with several different displays to
choose from), and a full chrome tilt column with matching wrapped
steering wheel. The custom pickup rides on 20-inch rear full custom
billet U.S. Mags wheels wrapped in 12-inch Nitto tires, with
18-inch front wheels. Includes a matching upholstered case for
paperwork and lugnut tool. ** PREVIEW
1952 Chevrolet 3100
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