The market for classic American trucks that haven't fallen prey to the custom and hot rod world is always on the rise. Being behind the wheel of one and cruising on the left lane can be driving nirvana for some. Were you looking to slow down your weekends and drive in style? Look no further than this 1949 Chevrolet 3100 5-Window Pickup Restoration we have today; this classic American truck has a reported 39,943 miles on the clock and is said to have received a full restoration.
If there was a vehicle that oozes charm and makes people watch by as you drive along, this 1949 Chevrolet 3100 5 Window Pickup Restoration is the one for the job. The current owner reports a new paint job, and the green exterior is catchy while providing a home for the car's exterior trim to shine out. The 30s curves and chromes are all present and showcased to perfection. In terms of shoes, this classic American truck sits on a set of period-correct hubcaps that are wrapped with new whitewall tires for added effect. In keeping with its original features and personality, the black interior of this 1949 Chevrolet 3100 5-Window Pickup Restoration boasts a new interior that features all its factory styling. Step inside this classic American truck, and the black leather bench seats provide comfort and a great place to sit back and enjoy all this vehicle's factory styling.
This 1949 Chevrolet 3100 5-Window Pickup Restoration isn't just pristine in the looks department. Pop open the hood, and the 216.5ci (3.2L) inline six motor chugging along makes for a powertrain that's ready to travel longer and in confidence. To ensure you experience trouble-free miles the current owner reports a host of refreshments in the engine bay, upgrades include a new engine with less than 100 miles on the clock, and complimenting the fresh power is a new wiring unit to cut out the electrical gremlins, new electric fuel pump and recent oil change for efficient power delivery, and new brakes in place for better stopping power. While the engine is reported to be a new and improved unit the current owner reports that this truck utilizes its original three-speed manual transmission to send power to its rear wheels.
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