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1951 Chevy Truck 5 Window 3100 1/2ton Custom Street Rod on 2040-cars

US $80,000.00
Year:1951 Mileage:0
Location:

Racine, Wisconsin, United States

Racine, Wisconsin, United States

Hi, I have a 1951 Chevy 5 window pickup for sale, this truck just got finished from being a frame off restoration, right before the winter. This truck has zero miles on it because I have not had the opportunity to drive it yet, the winter came to fast. Everything on this truck has been redone down to every nut and bolt. Lots of time and money invested in this beautiful truck no expense spared. This has a clear title. 

This truck has comes equipped with:

2008 Chevy 5.3 v8 pushing 400hp

2008 4l60E auto transmission  

Cold air intake

Sanderson headers

Stainless Exhaust with 2 Polished Stainless Mufflers 

Corvette Dana 44 rear end with Air bags and it is completely Polished

Mustang II front end with Air bags and 2 inch drop spindles

Air Ride Suspension RidePRO e3 Digital (4 way system)

Polished Aluminum drive shaft

4 core Polished Aluminum radiator with Polished Aluminum fan shroud

2011 Colorado seats

Dakota Digital VHX Carbon/Blue gauges

Power Steering

Ron Francis ignition switch

Power brakes

Chrome steering column with tilt

Rev Classic Rims Chrome

Front sizes are 18x8

Rears sizes are 20x8

Tires are Hankook Ventus v12 EVO

Radio has USB equipped to listen to lots of music on the road  

Kick panels have speakers

This is just some of the items that are on the truck there is way to much to list you would be reading for hours. I have lots of Pictures so please take the time and look at them. I found some pictures of the truck when I first got it so I have some before and after pic's and many as I could find.    Any ?'s please ask 

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