October 11th 2015 Premier Automobile Sale
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 10/10/2015
The first General Motors redesign post WWII was the Advance-Design Series of Pick up trucks. Boasting a larger, stronger and sleeker design, it provided a vast upgrade from the earlier AK Series. Produced from 1947-1955, the production run was eventually replace by the Task Force Series of trucks. Chevrolet had the number one selling pickup in 1951. With its 216.5 cubic inch/92 horsepower inline six cylinder motor, the 3100 set the standard for pick up trucks of this era. 1952 would find minor changes to the model 3100. Doors incorporated vent windows and beds would go from 9 board to 8 board planks. 1952 would also see the last year of the 80 mph speedometer, chrome window handle and wiper knobs. The 3100 offered is an absolute nut and bolt restoration to the highest standard. Originally a rust free California truck, thousands of hours and dollars were spent in making this 1951 3100 a cosmetic and mechanical masterpiece. As presented, a finer example would be difficult to replicate. With attention to detail and authenticity, the restorer added “user friendly” rear differential allowing for a comfortable highway driving experience. Operators manual and a documented history of the restoration are included. Many rare options make this pick up a rare and collectible showpiece for the discriminating enthusiast demanding the finest representation of the model. Truly a Concours level 3100, it is unquestionably the finest Chevy 5-window on the market today.- Rare 5 window cab- Frame off nut and bolt restoration- Many rare options and accessories- Concours quality- California Truck
1951 CHEVY 3100 PICK UP.
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Minimum Bid: $10,000.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $34,100.00
Estimate: $40,000 - $50,000
Number Bids: 1
Auction closed on Saturday, October 10, 2015.
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