Thank you for looking at this 1957 Chevrolet 3100 step-side. There is something so cool about driving down the road in a vintage pick up, your arm hanging out the window from the old fashion bench seat and listening to that 'certain' sound it makes. Originally designed by Ned Jordan, these pick-ups featured a stylish wraparound windshield, traditional style pontoon fenders, hooded headlights and an egg-crate grille. Under the hood is the standard 235-Cid/140hp 1bbl 6-cylinder engine with three on the column. A full inspection of the vehicle was performed to ensure that the suspension and all mechanical components are working and in flawless condition. This truck underwent quite a bit of work: a recent bare metal re-spray in Aqua blue and white paint; a fresh new interior; all new chrome; restored gauges; updated and refreshed electrical wiring harness and electric components; refinished wood work and engine and transmission service work. This said, the current owner has surpassed the value of the truck. If you're on the hunt for a truck in good working order and with beautiful cosmetics, I would encourage you to take a serious look at this example and save yourself the expense, headache and time it takes to restore one to this condition. We welcome all inspections or PPI's and we'd love for you to come down and look.