This is a period-correct replica restoration of a 1951
International Metro Snap-on Tools walk-in display van that is
adorned with period-correct vintage tools and equipment. Powered by
the original 2200cc 6-cylinder Silver Diamond engine mated to a
4-speed manual transmission. It has undergone four complete
restorations which included the 1951 Snap-on Tools top chest and
roll cab, transmission tools display board, 1959 Anal-O-Scope as
well as the vehicle itself. The maple hardwood floor is adorned
with painted logos used through the years. The custom cabinets were
built in a 50s style with linoleum countertops and a backboard
display. There is also a full display of period-correct vintage
Snap-on Tools. The lettering on the outside of the truck was
hand-painted as would have been originally done. The drivetrain is
also original except for the front hubs and rear end, which are out
of a Chevrolet pickup. It has also won multiple awards including,
San Marino Motor Classic - Chairman's Award, Muckenthaler Motor
Festival - Chairman's Award - First in Class, Huntington Beach
Concours - Chairman's Award - First in Class, Burbank Car Classic -
Petersen Museum Preservation Pick, Palos Verdes Concours - First in
Class, Ja Jolla Concours - First in Class. It was also on display
at the Automobile Driving Museum for three months.
1951 International Metro
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
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