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1954 Chevrolet Pick-Up Truck, 3600 Model, 3/4 Ton, Black, for sale in Houston, Texas, for $27,500.
1954 Chevrolet Pick-Up Truck, 3600 Model, 3/4 Ton, 5 Window, jet-black interior/exterior, automatic transmission, fully restored, ALL ORIGINAL and winner of several trophies for best in show. All numbers match (title, engine block, frame and transmission); title in hand, cash only please. I will consider helping to arrange for shipping within the States, but the truck must be first paid in full, in cash! No expense has been spared restoring this truck to its full glory and with all original luxury-options available in that era. The total cost for the restoration was over $29,000. The truck's "average-retail" value is $14,800 and its "high-retail" value is $36,600, so pricing it at $27,500 doesn't even cover the restoration expenses, but regrettably I need to sell it :( In addition to the truck I am including: 1 Storage bin full of brand new parts and accessories worth over $1,700 2 Small boxes with hard-to-find old pats. Estimated resale value: $900 2 Oversize, custom fitted, breathable, dust covers, both worth over $600 If the ad is running, the truck is still available! If interested, please reply to this ad _____________________________________________________________ SPECS Manufacturer: General Motors Also called: 3600 (3/4-ton) Production: 1954--1955 Body style: 2-door truck Engine: 235 cu in (3.9 L) I6 Transmission: Hydramatic automatic (1954-1955) Wheelbase: 125.25 in (3,181 mm) Length: 191.31"(1953-1955) Predecessor: Chevrolet AK Pickup Truck Successor: Task Force Series Class Pickup truck HISTORY General Motors' first major redesign post-World War II, the Advance Design series was billed as a bigger, stronger, and sleeker design. First available on Saturday June 28, 1947, these trucks were sold with various minor changes over the years until March 25, 1955. SIGNIFICANT DESIGN CHANGES (1954 - Only year for significant design changes) - Windshield now curved one-piece glass without center vertical dividing strip - Revised steering wheel - Revised dashboard - Cargo bed rails previously angled - now horizontal - Tail lights rounded instead of rectangular - Grille changed from five horizontal slats to crossbar design commonly referred to as a "bull nose grille," - Engine now 235 in² straight-6 - Hydramatic (automatic) transmission is available for the first time as a paid-for option USEFUL LINKS NADA Estimates