This is a very rare 1952 Chevy 1 ton 9' bed truck that was upfitted to 4x4 in 1952. It was an Engineered upfit using post war surplus 4x4 components similar to Coleman, Napco, or Marmon Herrington. It has 1.5 ton axles front and rear. The truck was meticulously restored to factory condition by a professional who specializes in vintage 4x4 trucks. I have receipts from the restoration and lots of restoration photos I can e-mail. I originally found this truck in the foothills of Northern California in practically rust free condition. According to the seller, it spent a lot of its life on a farm hauling firewood, and before that, it was a Southern California Edison line truck. I have three extra tires and wheels that go with the truck.One is the spare, and the other two are for converting it to a dually if you want to.