Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is very happy to offer
this nicely restored 1956 Chevrolet 3100. Chevrolet re-designed the
truck line in 1955. And for the 1956 models, the new body featured
the truck industry's first wrap-around windshield and an optional
wrap around rear window for Deluxe cab models. The headlights also
became integrated into the fenders, the cab got taller, and in-cab
steps replaced the running boards of previous models. A "step"
between the cab and rear fender aided access to items inside the
pickup bed. 1956 was also the last year model that used the
distinctive "Egg Crate" style grill. The rich Golden Rod yellow
paint shows very well and is almost as bright as the chrome bumpers
& trim pieces. This one was lovingly restored a few years back to
better than new. New front & rear glass, weatherstripping, felts,
both bumpers, door handles, mirrors, trim pieces, oak stainless bed
strips are but a small portion of the new components that have gone
into this build. Under the hood is the 265 CID V8 and the shifting
is done through the "3 on the tree" steering column mounted
shifter. The interior of this '56 shows extremely nicely as well,
sporting some newly recovered seats, new carpets, new headliner &
reconditioned or new instrumentation, bezel, visors and a new fuel
tank & sending unit. If an original 1956 Chevy pick up is on your
bucket list, this Chevy 3100 is worth a closer look!
1956 Chevrolet 3100
Exterior Color:Golden Rod Yellow
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