1950 Chevrolet 3100 3 Window Pickup
This is a rare opportunity to not only get a solid project but all of the stuff you need to complete it! Typically when starting the search for a restoration car you will spend a ton of time finding the perfect starter car. You want something that needs to be redone obviously but isn't so far gone that it is beyond repair, eaten up with rust, etc. Once you find the car then it comes time to start making a list of what needs. Then once your list is done the hunt for parts beings! Just getting to that starting point could take a year and then of course you still need to put it together! Well skip all the hassle and with one purchase you will get the vehicle, a list of what it needs and practically all the parts to do it. What is even better is things like the fenders it comes with have already been painted! This classic is being brought to us by Sons of Thunder. They started the restoration project but due to a lot of other projects on the list taking priority the truck isn't getting done. So instead of letting it just sit they decided it was time to give it up so someone else can enjoy this cool old pickup and give it the attention it deserves. It is a 1950 Chevrolet 3100 3 Window pickup that needs a little TLC. It is currently coated in green and the body needs some work but guess what, all the panels it needs to make it right are included with the purchase! That includes a door, front fender, rear fender, cab quarters, running boards, and even the front and rear glass!
Under the hood is a 350 V8 that runs strong. It wasn't up in our pictures but does have chrome valve covers and a chrome air cleaner up top. It is paired with a 400 automatic transmission which sends power back to the 12 bolt rear end. The truck runs and drives fine so it is mainly the cosmetic stuff that you would have to worry about. That being said you could throw the gauges in it (which come with the pickup) and drive it as a rat rod pickup as is. Other things that come with it include a new wiring kit, new gas tank, bolt kits and headliner.
The interior is unfinished but the original steel dash with all the trim is still there. It hasn't been cut at all so all of the original components should fit easily in place. The bench seat is covered with Burgundy upholstery with all the other surfaces being currently bare.
You are getting a lot for your money with this purchase so it won't be available for long!
With a little work you will have no problem making money on this investment for only $15,000.00!
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