1953 CHEVROLET 3100 DELUXE SERIES PICK UP This 1953 Chevrolet 3100 5-window Deluxe step side short bed is a truly beautiful truck that has been professionally frame-off restored to factory specifications and exceptional quality. The smooth exterior is finished in light cream paint with a mirror finish contrasted with all the deluxe amenities and trim. The front and rear bumpers, center grill, wheel rings, head light bezels, exhaust tips and all trims are all show quality chrome. The body is original Chevrolet steel and laser straight with no rust. The interior is all new chestnut brown leather on the bench seat and door panels. The cab is finished to factory specifications, showing correct gauges and appointments. All wiring is new and routed correctly. The incredibly detailed engine compartment shows the workhorse 216ci 6 cylinder engine rebuilt with floor mounted 4 speed transmission . To add to the appearance this truck has the Nu-Vue corner windows often referred to as a 5 window. The oak wood bed is stunning. This is a true numbers matching 1953 Chevrolet 3100 Deluxe. It is certainly a truck you'll be proud to own that runs and drives perfectly. This is a truck to enjoy and is of investment quality for many years. GIVE US A CALL @ 909-596-5700 WITH ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE..
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