1953 3100 "INBRED" SHORTBED FUEL INJECTED V8 OVERDRIVE TRANS NOT AIR RIDE BAGGED

1953 Chevrolet Other Pickups 3100 C10 SHOP TRUCK NO PATINA

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Other Pickups
SubModel: 3100 C10 SHOP TRUCK NO PATINA
Year: 1953
Mileage: 9,999,999
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
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1953 CHEVROLET 3100 SHORTBED I CALL "INBRED" BECAUSE IT IS STUFFED WITH A FUEL INJECTED 5.9 LITER DODGE MAGNUM MOTOR AND OVERDRIVE AUTO TRANS, HAS INDEPENDENT FRONT SUSPENSION WITH POWER DISK BRAKES, POWER STEERING, BRAND NEW 18 INCH U.S. MAGS AND NEW TIRES, NEW INTERIOR, EVERYTHING WORKS ON THE TRUCK INCLUDING ALL GAUGES, RADIO/CD PLAYER, WIPERS, TURN SIGNALS, HEADLIGHTS, TAIL LIGHTS, AND HORN THE ONLY THING CURRENTLY NOT WORKING IS THE HEATER/AC, THE TRUCK DRIVES GREAT AT ALL SPEEDS INCLUDING 75 PLUS MPH HIGHWAY! SUPER GREAT DRIVER. THE PAINT IS DRIVER QUALITY IT PRESENTS ITSELF WELL BUT IS NOT PERFECT. FACTORY STYLE SINGLE EXHAUST WITH CONVERTER SO ITS PRETTY QUIET FOR A V8 LOL... SUPER GREAT DEPENDABLE TRUCK COULD DEFINITELY BE A DAILY DRIVER AND WOULD MAKE A GREAT SHOP TRUCK. I HAVE CLEAN TITLE IN HAND AND CAN HELP ASSIST WITH SHIPPING AS I HAVE A SHIPPING COMPANY THAT I USE FOR MOVING MY AUTOS. BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COST OF SHIPPING BUT I CAN GET IT PICKED UP AND DELIVERED TO YOU PRETTY FAST. NOW FOR THE FUN STUFF THAT NEEDS TO BE SAID.... SELLING THE TRUCK "AS IS WHERE IS NO WARRANTY" I WILL ACCEPT DEPOSIT THROUGH PAYPAL BUT THE BALANCE MUST BE PAID EITHER BANK WIRE, CASHIERS CHECK OR CASH IN PERSON, DEPOSIT OF $500 TO BE PAID IMMEDIATELY AND BALANCE WITHIN 3 DAYS. TITLE AND TRUCK WILL NOT LEAVE MY HOUSE UNTIL ALL FUNDS ARE CLEARED. PLEASE CALL OR TEXT WITH ANY QUESTIONS OR IF YOU WITH BUY IT NOW OFFERS ON MY CELL PHONE 801-604-6425 THANKS JOHN ***AND ALMOST FORGOT..... SELLING THE TRUCK TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER! TRUE WAY TO FIND OUT WHAT A CAR OR TRUCK IS WORTH SO THE LAST BIDDER WINS! THANKS JOHN