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1955 Chevrolet 3100

Truck Car for sale in Alvin, Texas 77511


Classic Car Overview

Classic Car Overview

1955 Chevrolet 3100 $34,999

Black · 6 Cylinder · 159 miles
1955 - Chevrolet - 5 Window - Pickup Truck - 3100 - $34999

**** CALL LES @ (281) 610-9195 ****

Beautiful, fully restored, frame off, 5 window Deluxe...matching numbers!! You will not find a nicer one for a better price!

I've had my fun, now it is time to move on to the next classic. I have a clear title in hand!

This is the perfect truck to advertise your business, win car shows, or just show off to your buddies...it gets looks everywhere it goes!! Very deep black paint with red and white accents make it stand out!!

All New Glass, Seats, Dash, Etc. It is truly restored to Factory Specs. It is just like having a new 1955 Truck!!

235 C.I.D., 235 HP, Inline 6 Cylinder, Fully Restored 159 Miles Ago! I'd hop in this truck and make it to California with no problem!

It comes with all sorts of additional accessories...Extra Parts (in boxes), 1955 License Plates, Extra Glass, Truck Cover...(worth Thousands)!

- Fully Rust Free, Frame off Restoration of Entire Truck
- 3 On The Tree, Manual Transmission
- $20K Beautiful Black Paint Job
- Thousands Of Dollars Of Receipts

I'm asking $34999, which is a great price! But...if you think it is worth less, come see it and feel free to make me a reasonable offer!

If you are reading this ad...it's because the truck is available! Please call to schedule a time to come see it! The truck is in Alvin, TX...just south of Houston!


History of the 1955-1959 Chevrolet Trucks

Chevrolet's Task Force trucks debuted in March 1955 looking very much like the company's newly redesigned passenger cars. Designed by Ned Jordan, these pickups featured a stylish wraparound windshield, hooded headlights, and an egg-crate grille, while the traditional pontoon-style fenders found on Advance-Design models were eliminated. Like the "Hot One" on the automotive side of the fence, a Task Force half-ton pickup could also be fitted with Chevy's historic 265-cid overhead-valve V-8. The 235-cid six remained standard. Most notable among appearance updates were quad headlights, introduced in 1958.

Also introduced in the spring of 1955 was the Cameo Carrier, Detroit's first truly stylish pickup. Available only in Bombay Ivory with red cab accents, the '55 Cameo featured a fiberglass-skinned cargo box that further begged car-line comparisons. Cameo production continued through 1958, with color choices appearing in 1956. Following in the Cameo's tire tracks in 1958 was Chevy's new Fleet side pickup, another fashion-conscious model featuring cab-wide bedsides in steel.

This generation of Chevy 3100 trucks were the first no-excuses pickups from GM, thanks to all models having either the fully pressured oil system 235-cid six or the ubiquitous small-block V-8 engine--with both coupled to an open driveshaft. Torque tubes were out, meaning owners who were seeking a taller or deeper rear axle (or any power train imaginable) could easily undertake an engine swap. Task Force trucks were made in much smaller numbers compared to the previous generation of "Advance Design" trucks, so fewer are available today.

1955 Chevrolet 3100 Specifications

  • VIN

  • Classic Car ID

  • Stock Number

  • Category

    Classic Trucks
  • Condition

    Like New ** Rust Free ** Fully Restored Off Frame **
  • Trim Body Style

  • Bodystyle

  • Doors

    Two Door
  • Suspension

  • Suspension

  • Engine

  • Engine

    6 Cylinder
  • Drivetrain

  • Transmission

  • Transmission

  • Exterior

  • Exterior Color

  • Custom Exterior Color

    Deep Black with Red & White Accents
  • Interior

  • Interior Color

  • Seat Color


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