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1950 Chevrolet 3100 Custom

Auction: 2023 Spring Carlisle Auction

Year: 1950

Make: Chevrolet

Model: 3100 Custom

Style: Truck

Exterior Color: Black/Silver

Interior Color: Red


Engine Size: 350 CI

Transmission: Automatic

Custom 1950 Chevrolet 3100 built by Love Kustoms of Burkeville, Virginia.
Truck is subtly massaged with 2 inch widened steel fenders and running boards and a one piece custom fabricated steel tailgate.
High quality paint in Bright Silver and Black two tone paint with Custom pin striping.
Under the shaved hood and in front of custom fabricated firewall is a highly polished Chevrolet 350 CI V-8 engine.
Great running 350 V-8 is equipped with Shorty headers with dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers, Edelbrock Carburetor aluminum radiator, with electric fans, aluminum valve covers and aluminum air cleaner.
Vintage air conditioning.
Custom Red interior with leather seat, custom dash with Dolphin gauges, custom console, custom steering column and hidden Pioneer stereo.
Modified stock rails with a Mustang II IFS front end and lowered rear leaf springs.
Transmission is a TH350 3-Speed automatic.
Rear end is a 10 bolt Posi.
4-Wheel Disc Brakes.
Truck rides on Ridler 5-Spoke Chrome wheels with 17's on the front and 18's on the rear.
Beautifully done high quality build!

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