FRAME-OFF RESTORATION WITH APPROXIMATELY 700 MILES
ONE OF THE BEST-SELLING PICK-UP TRUCK LINES EVER
FINISHED IN PERIOD GREEN EXTERIOR WITH TAN INTERIOR
216 CI INLINE 6-CYLINDER ENGINE/3-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION
DELUXE HEATER, ELECTRIC WIPERS, BEAUTIFUL BED FLOORING
TURN SIGNALS, DISGUISED AM/FM RADIO, 12-VOLT CONVERSION
The first redesigned General Motors vehicles produced after WW II, the Advance-Design" Chevrolet and GMC pickup trucks entered production in May 1947. Offered along three series, they were all designated Thrift-Master" models, with the 3100 series denoting the half-ton pickup trucks. Thanks to GM engineers working under John G. Wood, the new truck cabs were at once wider, lower, more comfortable and more user-friendly than ever before, with room for three occupants. by virtue of widening made possible by lowering the body down and around the frame rails. A host of mechanical advancements also made them easier to operate, resulting in their strong collectability today.
Handsomely finished in period Green paint over Tan upholstery, this 1951 Chevrolet 3100 pickup is a highly attractive and enjoyable example, benefiting from a frame-off restoration with only an approximate 700 miles of use since completion. Very nicely dressed up with chrome bumpers, body-color steel wheels, bright hubcaps and blackwall tires. Underhood, the famously durable 216.5 cubic-inch Thriftmaster Six is coupled to a three-speed manual transmission. The passenger compartment features Tan upholstery, plus a Deluxe heater and factory-appearing AM/FM radio. Out back, the cargo bed features attractively finished wooden flooring. Updated 12-volt electrics, turn signals and electric windshield wipers are welcome updates. An attractive and enjoyable classic hauler, this 1951 Chevrolet 3100 Three-Window pickup is an authentically presented example with a lightly used restoration and select updates, ready to carry you on your next adventure! Contact us and see it today!