This classic 1953 Chevy 3100 5-window pickup received a complete
frame-off restoration and has been upgraded with modern technology.
Power is generated by a supercharged 6.2-liter 8-cylinder LS3
engine paired with a 6L90E automatic transmission turning a
narrowed Camaro posi-traction rear end with new Moser axles that
are held in place with a 4-link setup. All of this is controlled by
a Mustang II independent front suspension upgraded with QA1
coilovers and 4-wheel power disc brakes. This one-of-a-kind
Metallic Desert Sage Green classic features an oak wood bed, chrome
accents, Coys C-33 aluminum smoothie-style 18-inch wheels wrapped
in Delinte tires and side-exit exhaust. The custom brown leather
bench-seat interior features Vintage Air climate control, Dolphin
black-faced analog gauges, power windows, wood banjo-style steering
wheel atop a tilt column, upholstered door panels, full carpet set
and smoked glass. Other features include a power rack & pinion
steering and an aluminum radiator with an electric fan. Invoices
included for work done in the fall of 2021 totaling $10,747 for
climate control system servicing and recharging, new front
coilovers, fuel pump, narrowed rear-end with new axles, two new
gauges, updated supercharger isolator, new serpentine belt, an
alignment and new seat belts.
1953 Chevrolet 3100
Exterior Color:DESERT SAGE GREEN
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