For sale is a 1949 Chevrolet 3100 5 Window truck for sale in Indianapolis! The Chevrolet 3100 5 Window Pickup was one of the most popular trucks of all time, these classics are often dropped, chromed and modified because of their unique grills and split front window configuration. With an emphasis on retaining the original characteristics of this of this iconic truck, most of the stock options have been retained on this frame off restoration. The four speed manual on the floor is silky smooth and the step starter has been retained as well. Under the hood you will find a period correct 216 cid straight six cylinder engine that has been rebuilt with roughly 105 miles on the rebuild. Equal attention was paid to the body, frame and interior as well as the drive train and of course...the classic wood bed. Options on this 1949 Chevrolet 3100 5 Window Truck for sale include: Hub Caps, Vinyl Interior, Heater, and Bias Ply Tires. This truck is an extremely comfortable drive and has remarkable manners on the road. Chevrolet produced a winner with the 3100 back in 1949 and this truck has been restored back to original specifications for your enjoyment. This 1949 Chevrolet 3100 video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. Please call (317)688-1100 or email us at INDY@gatewayclassiccars.com for additional information.
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