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1952 Chevrolet Pick up truck-$35,000(shipping available) (1952)

USA | Texas | Dallas
$35,000
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Other
Varient:
Year: 1952
Mileage: 65,863
Engine: 6 cyl
Transmission:
Colour: Green
Fuel Type:
Doors:
BHP:
Drive type:
Seats: 3

Description

FEATURES INCLUDE
216 Stovebolt Six @ 95HP
3-Speed Manual Transmission with Granny Gear (Floor Shift
Foot Pedal Start
Forest Green Exterior
Gray Cloth & Vinyl Interior
Stained Wood Bed & Polished Stainless Strips
Factory AM Radio
16-Inch Factory Steel Color-Keyed Wheels & 6.5-16 Firestone Deluxe Champion Poly Bias Tires
Beauty Rings & Chevrolet Hubcaps
Emergency Brake
Turn Signals
Heater
Small Back Window
Generator Charging System
Original Vacuum-Operated Windshield Wipers
Functional Cowl Ventilation Door – Top & Side
Chevrolet’s pickup trucks were produced from 1947 until the mid 1950s. These trucks would be Chevrolet’s first major re-design post World War II. During this entire production run, Chevrolet trucks would be number one in sales in the USA.
This truck displays a host of restoration work along with original charm.
Open the doors to 1952.
Closer inspection of the paint and body will reveal a solid truck with some imperfections. The overall finish is excellent. The body is very straight. Weatherstripping was replaced during the restoration. The fender welting has been replaced.
In 1952, you could have one of two available six cylinder engines. When you opted for the stout 3-speed manual transmission, you received this 216 cube mill factory rated at 95 horsepower.
The engine compartment is in excellent condition, displaying the beautifully detailed engine, firewall, and inner fenders.
This power plant retains many correct components and runs smooth. The 3-speed manual transmission shifts easy as well and the clutch grips strong. The steering and brakes feel good too.
The wood bed is in excellent condition as is the bed, inside and out.
The dash displays functional factory gauges along with the original radio. This pushbutton Deluxe AM Radio is not working.
The undercarriage is in good condition. The engine and transmission undersides are clean and the differential shows well as does the cab and bed undersides. The flooring is intact throughout. There is some rusting underneath the carpeting, but overall solid. The spare tire/wheel is mounted under the bed.
The wheels of choice on this light duty 1/2 ton truck are the factory 16-inch steel wheels fitted with 6.5-16 Firestone Deluxe Champion poly-bias tires all around. Chevrolet beauty caps adorn the centers along with a trim ring around the exterior.
Enjoy our remaining photos and again feel free to call with any questions. This is your opportunity to own a very nice collector quality 1952 Chevrolet pickup truck.
The foot pedal start is intact along with a functional emergency brake.
The chromed brigthwork is in very good condition, including the grille, front & rear bumpers.