1950 Chevrolet Other Pickups
The early years of light-medium trucks were fabulous time in automotive history in my book. From 1947, just post war through 1955 Chevrolet called there trucks the Advance-design and GMC called their truck the New Design. Either way, they are very attractive. Keep in mind, back then trucks were primarily used on farms and to work and they had hardly any standard features and everything including heat was an option. I will cut right to the chase on this absolute stunner. This truck has obviously received a complete frame-off rotisserie restoration and formerly comes out of the collection of Dean Klein the foremost vintage NASCAR restorer. This truck is finished in "Blue Moon Dust" with a matching interior. It has a 318/300 Magnum crate motor that sounds about as nice as it gets. Has a set of custom Sanderson headers, Vintage Guages, Tilt Wheel, power steering and brakes with front discs. Vintage Air/Heat, red oak rear bed that has been raised to accommodate the lowering of the truck. This was possible because the truck sits on a Camaro front end with a 10 Bolt rear end. Custom fuel cell, aluminum radiator and much more. Everything on this truck works perfectly and is a excellent driver as well as show truck. This has been done to a pretty high standard and would cost double the asking price to do this on your own. Everything is steel with no patchwork. A very gorgeous truck for the money.