The 1954 Chevrolet Pickup was a new style for this truck. The style changes included a painted triple bar grill, higher straight walls in the hauling bed, an outside mounted spare tire, and the first time use of a one piece curved windshield. The 1954 and early 1955's were the only years to use this new design and the last years for the outside running boards. It is a rare find in the lineage of Chevy Trucks. The engine was a 235.5 cid six cylinder upgraded engine.
This truck was restored years ago and has been garage kept on our family farm. We used it for farmers markets, parades, and sunday driving. It is mechanically sound, and ready to use. The paint job from years back has some blemishes and there is no appreciable rust. It is a truck you can drive. If you want it to be pristine, it will take little work to obtain such. The truck is located in southeastern Virginia.