800 Derita Road, Ste. A
While the body of this 1946 Chevrolet Pickup is pure vintage, it also has fuel-injected power and a five-speed. So it's an awesome mix of the classic look you love and the kind of drivetrain that makes it everyday easy.
This is the truck that got America moving again after WWII. In fact, there really wasn't much time to change the design from the pre-war bodies because our country needed these pickups immediately. Of course, what you see here is far from an old-style original. It takes this American hero, and transforms it into a very enjoyable American cruiser. In fact, the burgundy paint has a finish that strikes an interesting balance between a glossy custom and a true classic workman. Clear headlights, dual exhaust tips, and Rally wheels give this an upgraded look. But this one never loses that classic attitude. You see it everywhere from the art deco grille to the two-piece windshield. And we all love the look of a truck with real glossy lumber in the bed.
The interior has been upgraded to make sure you have a comfy classic. It starts with a burgundy tweed that matches the door panels and kick panel. Plus, it has nice detailing, like the seatback stitching that announces this is a '46 Chevy. The AM/FM/CD stereo makes it easy to upgrade your driving music. In fact, you can really tell this one was built to be enjoyed in modern times with the sports steering wheel on a tilt column. It gives you a clear view to the full Dolphin gauge package.
These trucks were famous for their six-cylinder powerhouses, and this one upholds that tradition in an upgraded way. It's now powered by 231 cubic-inch Buick V6. Fuel injection, an aluminum radiator, and upgraded wiring are all part of well-done package to make this a great truck for enjoying in modern times. You've even got power brakes with front discs. And the five-speed manual transmission is a great way to keep you in control for everything from a little extra pep to comfortable highway cruising.
Just imagine all the extra places you can go in a cool classic like this that was built for easy driving near or far. Call now!
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