Inside and out, this Advanced Design truck really shines.
Chevy’s Advanced Design trucks have an iconic look and feel you just can’t replicate with later models. Front that iconic grille to the split windshield, and especially the wood floor in the cargo bed, there’s much to love in such a truck. If you’re looking for one that’s been well-restored, you’re in luck. This 1950 Chevrolet 3100 ½ ton pickup is period-correct and absolutely immaculate down to the last detail.
The original all-steel body is straight, with excellent panel fit. Paint and trim presents extremely well, literally shining in the sunlight. Wide white radials wrap around steel wheels painted Crème White to match the body, with chrome dog dish hubcaps bearing the Chevrolet name in red.
Built in the GM plant located in Flint, Michigan, this truck retains its 250ci inline 6-cylinder engine which exhales through dual exhausts. That engine has been rebuilt, so it runs nice and smooth. A Turbo Hydramatic 350 three-speed automatic transmission has been freshened up recently. During the restoration, the brake system was also overhauled Also included is a new starter, fuel pump, plus engine and transmission mounts.
Just like everything else, the interior preserves the original appearance of the truck, with every detail buttoned up tightly. The doors and dash are painted the same as the body, while fresh white vinyl adorns the door panels and bench seat. A rubber floormat and the headliner are in perfect condition. All the factory gauges are in position, and the truck has an original three-spoke steering wheel as well as other controls. Numerous original amenities are functional, including the heater, power fan, and power wipers.
This truck would be great for taking on leisurely weekend drives or to car meetups, where it would surely draw a crowd. Back in the day they were used by individuals and businesses alike for all kinds of tasks, and were beloved for their rugged capability. If you want more information or to make an offer on this classic Chevy, contact Canyon State Classics.