1948 Chevrolet 5 Window Coe 1.5 Ton Cabover Truck Rat Rod Hotrod Hauler on 2040-cars
Glenns Ferry, Idaho, United States
Body Type:Pickup Truck
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 6
Model: Other Pickups
Cab Type (For Trucks Only): 5 WINDOW
Drive Type: 4 SPEED TRANS 2 SPEED REAR
Exterior Color: PATINA
Interior Color: PATINA
Trim: 5 WINDOW
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
UP FOR AUCTION IS ONE 1948 CHEVROLET CAB OVER ENGINE OR SNUB NOSE 1.5 TON TRUCK ALL ORIGINAL WITH CLEAN TITLE
6CYL ENGINE RUNS BUT HAS A SLOW COOLANT LEAK AND THE OIL PRESSURE LINE HAS A BREAK IN IT.
CLUTCH IS WEAK AND SLIPS BUT PULLS IN ALL GEARS, 2 SPEED REAR AXLE SHIFT CABLE IS STUCK
CAB IS CLEAN, FLOORS AND CAB CORNERS ARE IN NICE SHAPE WITH NO CANCER, THERE IS A SMALL AMOUNT OF RUST IN THE BRACE WHERE THE SUN VISORS MOUNT ABOVE THE WINDSHIELD. EASY FIX!
I HAVE 2 LARGE FUEL TANKS NOT SEEN IN THE PHOTOS THAT MOUNT TO THE FRAME THAT WILL GO WITH THIS AWESOME TRUCK
DOOR GLASS IS NEW MODERN AUTO SAFETY GLASS THAT HAS A NICE VINTAGE GREEN HUE
WINDSHILD NEEDS REPLACED TO MAKE SAFE IT IS OLD AND DELAMINATING AND ONE PIECE HAS A SMALL HOLE
REAR GLASS AND CORNER WINDOWS ARE ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD USEABLE SHAPE
INTERIOR NEEDS REDONE SEAT FRAME IS IN GOOD SHAPE AND ALL DASH IS COMPLETE HAS RADIO DELETE PLATE AND NO RADIO
THE DENT IN THE HOOD HAS BEEN POPPED OUT AND IS BARELY NOTICEABLE UNLESS YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A PERFECT SHOW QUALITY FINISH
THIS IS GOING TO MAKE A REALLY AWESOME HOTROD HAULER, OR COULD BE A NICE RAT ROD AS WELL.
IN THE PHOTO THERE IS A 1996 GMC 3/4 TON SUBURBAN WITH A GREAT RUNNING 7.4 L VORTEC ENGINE WITH A REBUILT 4L80E AUTO TRANSMISSION THAT I HAD PLANNED ON USING AS A DONOR CAR FOR THE DRIVE TRAIN AND NEW TIRES WITH ONLY 500 MILES ON THEM COULD BE INCLUDED FOR ADDITIONAL PRICE
I HAD PLANNED ON JOINING THESE 2 TRUCKS FOR ONE AWESOME MODERNIZED HAULER BUT I WON'T HAVE THE TIME TO DO IT FOR A WHILE AND NEED SPACE FOR MY BUSINESS TO GROW.
FEEL FREE TO CALL OR TEXT WITH ANY QUESTIONS 208-570-7625
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