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- Seller: streetsidephx
- Phone: 480-926-1344
This 1950 Chevrolet 3100 is a mean-looking custom on the outside because that shining dual-quad supercharged V8 is always on display. But this has plenty more than just pure hot rod appeal. With a custom A/C interior, an overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and a fully independent suspension, this pickup is really a thoughtful total package.
<br><br> You could spend hours recognizing all the custom work that went into this truck. The chopped cab, shaved door handles, Buick headlights, LED tail lights, and exhaust integrated into the running boards are just the beginning of what makes this so cool. The matte black paint is the right choice because this wants to pay tribute to the home-built hot rods that inspired it. But this is quite a professional custom with less than 5,200 miles on it since being complete. So the application was careful and the finish has a quality smoothness. This makes for the perfect foundation to showcase all the bright hand-laid pinstriping that accents every major piece of this pickup. And what really sets this off nicely are the 16-inch wheels done to look like classic red solid units with a smoothie center. They're on a lowered suspension that tucks those rear tires in for a cool and sporty stance.
<br><br> When you pop the door openers, there are more thoughtful details awaiting you inside. After all, when was the last time you saw a hot rod with a cup holder console in-between. The suede-like seat inserts with a diamond pattern look so good that we're glad they used it for details like the door inserts and trans tunnel, too. You've even got an AM/FM/CD stereo and cold-blowing air conditioning. It's also a better driver with a tilt steering column, classic-style AutoMeter gauges, and a Moon half-sweep tach. And while there's plenty of modern comforts, it makes sure to give you the right lassi style. It's in the details, like vintage-style racing belts, tall gearshift with piston topper, dual-spoke steering wheel, and all the pinstriping on the dash.
<br><br> A motor like this deserves to always be on display. We're told it was built by the professionals at Big Al's Toybox, and it has the full polished presentation to win you awards all on its own. And the subtle checker pattern in the firewall is another one of this truck's thoughtful details. Of course, what also makes this awesome is the power. It starts with a 355 cubic-inch V8, and this is fed by dual Edelbrock four-barrel carburetors. And in-between the two is a blower to supercharge your horsepower into the stratosphere. There's even a nice set of shorty headers to add power to the package as well as add rumble to the dual exhaust. It is also thoughtfully done for better use with features like an aluminum radiator, steel braided lines w/AN fittings, and a relocated battery to remain weather-tight. And as you look underneath, you'll see a fully-independent suspension borrowed from a Corvette. So yes, this is a street machine that knows how to take corners. And there's also power steering, a modern tire tread behind the classic whitewall style, and four-wheel power disc brakes. So if this is starting to sound like a great driver for near or far, then you'll really appreciate the four-speed automatic transmission featuring overdrive.
<br><br> This is the full custom build that impresses over every inch. So if you want all the best features wrapped in hot rod flair, don't miss this Chevy. Call today!!!