EMBALMERS CAR CLUB BUILD 2016
Up for sales is THE EMBALMERS CAR CLUB TRUCK as seen on Velocity Channel with Chapter 11 Ted Vernon.
ABOUT THE TRUCK
This 1959 Chevy 3100 Pick Up is a total frame off restoration in the fall of 2015 and Winter of 2016 !!!! The truck has its original 283 motor rebuilt. The transmission is also original to the truck 4 speed STUMP PULLER. The rear is also original. Not a 4WD truck. The bed of the truck is a custom EMBALMERS BED WITH LOGO. All new trim to bed. Interior of the truck is totally restored. EVERYTHING WORKS IN THE INT!!!!! 15 Inch rims have been sand blasted and painted to the color of the body of the truck. All four tires are brand new. The floors are in perfect condition. Now all the floors and the frame is sprayed in bed liner very cool and great for wet weather travel. All new glass and Ext Trim. We custom installed and painted the bumpers. We have removed the old gas tank behide the seat and installed a new one under the rear of the bed. All new brake lines and fuel lines. New clutch. New brake pads. New radio with new kick panel speakers. New front bench seat new cover in black. Please NOTE we have added two photos of the new bed, we have not yet installed it. It will soon be install. We will then update the photos again.
WHAT A TRUCK you can own the first ever EMBALMERS CAR CLUB TRUCK !!! We have no idea what it will be worth one day.
Now the truck has been signed bye many members across are great county.
Shoot me an inquiry, I'm Jeff Orgen.
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