1935 Chevrolet Pickup Pickup Truck 1935 Used Automatic

Price: US $59,995.00 Item location: United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Pickup
  • Doors: 2 Doors
  • Year: 1935
  • Mileage: 1884
  • VIN: 4851638
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 350 V8 ZZ4
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1935 Chevrolet Pickup

Depreciation holds as true with show cars as it does with new cars. You can't even come close to building this truck for what you can buy it for. So, what was featured on Power Block TV in September of 2009, and what reportedly took 2000 man-hours of labor to build (2,000 X $100/hr = $200,000! + parts!!), can be yours for pennies on the dollar. If you're looking for a truck like this, you really want to check this one out. This truck looks as good today as it did in 2009. It started with an all original, all steel body that was expertly prepped before laying on the Chilli Pepper Red paint. There are no visible defects that we can find, just lots of shiny paint and a tastefully sparse amount of chrome. The exception to that is the beautiful, stylized bird which leads the way on the hood. It sits just over a tall grill of vertical lines which is flanked by big round headlights perched between the fender and grill and underlined by a simple bumper. The look of the upright cab is oh so right. The front and rear fenders are connected by a full running boards with rubber step strips. In the back there is a tastefully simple tailgate that has Chevrolet in raised letter script and chrome bowtie marker lights underlined by another simple bumper. Drop that tailgate and of-course you will find beautifully refinished wood and polished stainless. Tastefully simple is an apt description of the custom interior too. Open the door and you are greeted by a tall door panel with vertical stitching that diverges as it rises from the bottom. There is a four-spoke wooden steering wheel mounted on a tilt column. In the center of the body colored dash is a polished oval panel carved from billet with a bowtie accent along the bottom and white faced VDO gauges set into it with the speedometer in the center and fuel, water temp, oil pressure, and "dynamo" flanking it to each side. There is a Pioneer stereo that is FM/CD and iPod compatible for your listening pleasure and Vintage Air A/C to keep you cool on those hot summer days. A Lokar shifter for the automatic transmission rises from the floor and the rest of the interior is trimmed out nicely in leather which includes the seat which matches the door panels as well as the full headliner. Comfortable, tasteful, simple. Raise that wonderful piano hinge hood (carefully please) and you will find a very healthy engine that has been dressed up in body color paint. At its core it is a GM Performance, 350 cubic inch ZZ4 roller motor. Then some Edelbrock goodies were bolted on to complement the stout bottom end and it generates something on the order of 400+ horsepower. The ribbed air filter housing as well as the intake manifold and the ribbed valve covers are all painted with the tops of the ribs polished. Aeroquip and braided stainless lines handle the plumbing and ceramic coated headers wind out the bottom to a fully coated Flowmaster exhaust. A three-speed automatic transmission gets the power headed back to a solid axle on leaf springs, while up front, tubular control arms and rack and pinion steering make this truck handle like a dream. The rubber meets the road through 235/70R15 tires in the rear and 225/75R15s in the front all mounted on those sweet looking Weld aluminum alloys. This is a beautiful truck that was very well built and has been very well cared for since then. Come on down and see for yourself. You may decide to take it home and keep it parked in your garage.