What a beauty and ready for a new home. Downsizing our home and clearing out the garage. This 1961 Chevy Apache Truck is ready for you. Garaged kept and never driven in the snow. Many new item's to list.
350 cubic engine
Automatic transmission on the floor
New Crager wheels with smoothies
New Chrome Master cylinder
New Front Disc brakes
New Spindles with 2 1/2 inch drop
Rear Dropped 2 inches
Reconditioned Bed Wood
No Major Rust see pictures
New Gauges, Oil, Water, Temp and Gas
New Speedometer cable
New Transmission cable
New sending unit
Has a small chip drivers door but have the matching
Side bed rails will be provided but you must install
1961 AM Radio will be provided you must install
1961 Steering Wheel will be provided.
Compression Results Provided
drive to car shows and show off this beauty.
Recent oil change
NEW speedometer insert installed
No Lowball offers accepted and don't waste my time making offers that you cant afford.
Dont contact me informing me that its leaking oil or stuff like that. Its a 1961 Chevy Apace truck not a 2017
Can transport to your location for an additional fee
Bill of sale will be provided with title in 3 weeks. Title held by USAA so you can arrange direct payoff of loan through your bank and USAA will mail you the title.
Please take a.look at the videos
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This truck was purchased at a GAA Classic Auto Auction in Greensboro, NC
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