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Make: Chevrolet
Model: Other Pickups
Year: 1949
Mileage: 818
Exterior Color: Tan
Transmission: Automatic
Body Type: Pickup Truck
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): AGCA408356
Fuel Type: Gasoline


The new leather interior is no less spectacular, with the same combination of spectacular design and craftsmanship and functional elegance. The two-tone bucket seats are actually from a late-model, professionally reupholstered in tan and brown leather and way more comfortable than anything you'd ever find in 1949. New plush carpets and custom matching door panels add to the luxurious feel that has upgraded this lowly pickup, and the big middle console that splits the seats contains storage and cup holders, just like you'd find in a new truck. Fully redesigned and finished to match the upholstery, the reworked dash features black-faced dials from AutoMeter that look of a certain age even though they're brand new, and the R134a A/C vents under the dash were seamlessly integrated and pump cold air into the cab, while the retro-style AM/FM/AUX head unit handles the entertainment. A gorgeous leather-wrapped billet steering wheel and trick Lokar shifter add to the fully custom look inside, and even the headliner above is finished to the highest standards. Quite simply, no expense was spared inside, and it certainly shows.
This Chevy packs a wallop in the form of a 454 cubic inch V8 big block motor that was pro-built to take pink slips for a living. Built by the experts at Gordon's Engines and Machine Shop, the build sheet rates the block at 525 horsepower and enough torque to pull a Redwood out by the roots, this truck seriously moves. Fed by a QuickFuel double-pumper carburetor an aluminum intake, and Renegade Runner aluminum heads, it breathes deeply and fires effortlessly with the first turn of the key (further aided by the MSD Volt Street Performance ignition), and thanks to a big aluminum radiator, it stays cool no matter what. It's also presented for show under the hood with custom inner fenders, a smoothed firewall, and chromed and polished components everywhere you look. A custom built Zoomie full exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers has electric cut-outs, so it sounds as ruthless as it looks, too. And this is one truck that no longer feels trucky, thanks to a Mustang II-style front suspension, power rack-and-pinion steering, and a 4-link wishbone setup out back and QA1 coilovers all around. The frame was fully boxed for rigidity, and with an Arenas Racing 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission with a 2800 stall convertor, and a 4.11 gearset in the Quick Performance Ford 9" Truetrac Locker rear end, this is one truck that can truly do it all. Weld Rod Lite chrome wheels look right on the curvy old truck and wear staggered Mickey Thompson tires, aided by the full stopping power of Wilwood power 4-wheel disc brakes.

$ 16,200.00


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