4610 Pet Lane
This 1949 Chevrolet 3100 is a hot rod full custom build. And those awesome flames up front are earned by the tri-power V8 underneath. So check out the full details of an thoughtful build that will impress you with everything from the classic wood in the truck bed to the custom and comfy A/C interior.
The color-shifting chameleon metallic paint is never cheap, but it's the perfect way to represent flames on a cool custom like this. After all, the color-shifting nature really make this one look like it's burning its way through the road ahead. And this one really looks and feels like it belongs on the streets, because as you dig deeper, you'll see that the full package is made to be a great driver. But for now, you'll also want to appreciate this truck's full custom style. The bumpers were expertly deleted to help give this a lower stance. And the roof had inches shopped out of it to help with this sleeker/lower style. Frenched headlights, shaved door handles, sport mirrors, sealed tailgate, and large dual exhaust tips are all part of this smoother street machine custom. And the 15-inch Torq Thrust wheels with an extra meaty set in the rear are there to show you that this truck's intimidatingly dark and sleek attitude goes well beyond just the appearance.
Suicide doors are always a great custom touch, and they are your gateway to an award-worthy custom presentation. All the black of the exterior gets you ready for a full black interior. The first thing you'll notice is a pair of bucket seats. There's plenty of bolstering that ensures this full custom is fully comfortable, and the diamond pattern blue stitching on vinyl is a premium look. The stitching even coordinates with the door panels and custom armrest center console for a uniform quality you get on the best builds. There are a ton of great modern upgrades, like an AM/FM/CD stereo, cup holders, power windows, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. The chrome steering wheel has flames, just like the hood. It's mounted on a tilt column to give you a clear view to the full gauge package.
Just like the rest of the truck, the engine bay likes to be distinctive. So all the darkness funnels you attention to the red accents of the motor. The largest piece is the triple set of dual barrel carburetors for a cool/classic Tri-Power setup. This feeds a 350 cubic-inch small block underneath. This V8 package is supported by good components, like good hoses, nice belts, and an electric fan. The motor fires up readily, and the glasspack style dual exhaust makes the proper low rumble you want in a custom like this. Plus, you'll spot the best upgrades for a driver's machine, like an upgraded independent front suspension, three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front.
This is a flame-kissed tri-power full custom build made from one of the most iconic Chevy trucks around. So you know you need to get it in your garage. Call today!!!
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