Offered for Sale by the California Automobile Museum
Very Sweet 1951 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup Truck
Body is in great shape and paint overall presents well. Some scratches can be found in the bed and on drivers side running board. Some bubbles present in the A-pillar on the passenger side, no other evidence of rust or damage found. Wood in bed has been recently refinished and looks great. A few scuffs found on drivers side windshield and door glass, passenger side vent glass is starting to de-laminate. No other damage found to light, lenses or other glass. Chrome and stainless show some minor scuffs but no signs of cracks or rust.
Interior presents well, no damage found on seats, floor or kick panels. Headliner shows some wear and is rippled in places. Paint on door interior shows some wear from use.
Engine runs well and is very smooth and quiet at idle. Three speed transmission with granny low shifts very well. No surprises from brakes, steering or suspension. All gauges appear to be working, floor starter button can be a little tricky until you find the right angle.
This truck originally served as a service vehicle at the McChord AFB in Washington state. The majority of the restoration was performed in the mid 90s in Oregon to bring it back to its former Air Force glory. The title is based off of the military tag found under the hood. Oregon issued VIN tag in the door jam is this same number. Oregon title provided with truck. At set of glue-on white walls also included. SOLD