Chevrolet's radically different 1947 Advanced Design light-duty
trucks represented a sea of change in pickup design and appearance.
The nation was entering the exciting Post World War II era and
after four long years of war the American people, especially the
veterans, were looking forward to new opportunities in the world's
greatest country. There was no better way to put the past behind
and look to the future than with new lines of America's favorite
form of transportation - pickuptruck.com
This beautifully restored 1951 Chevrolet 3600 pickup truck featured
in red with a black interior is the recipient of a full frame off
restoration. Records indicate the restoration was performed on a
rust-free Montana truck with 44,680 original miles. The odometer is
now showing 45,361 miles.
This trucks restoration was performed at an elevated level with
great attention to detail. The truck features a four-speed manual
transmission mated to a smooth running 216 cubic inch inline
6-cylinder motor. The interior features of this Chevrolet include a
working heater, seatbelts, and a dash mounted traffic light viewer.
From the exterior you will notice such feature upgrades as an
adjustable sun visor, chrome spotlight, chrome front and rear
bumpers, oversized 16" tires (original size tires included) and a
wood bed with a high sheen finish.
As you can see this 1951 Chevrolet 3600 pickup was restored to a
high standard from the original appearing engine bay, detailed
underside, well equipped interior, and red exterior paint that by
appearance was worked hundreds of hours to bring it to a high
luster absent of any orange peel.
If you would like to learn more about this vehicle, please contact
us at Legendary Motors LLC.
1951 Chevrolet 3600
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