614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This slick 1959 Chevrolet Apache 3200 pickup has obviously received a ton of time and investment. It's a bold two-tone machine, and as you dig deeper, you're going to find a ton of upgrades you really want, including solid V8 power.
The instant appeal of this truck is as clear as black and white. There is a beautiful high-gloss black, and when the sunshine hits it, there's even a metallic element to add radiance. The white looks great on the roof, grille, and whitewall tires. And the two-tone style especially shows off the rocket-like design going along the desirable fleetside bed. A bright chrome bumper, two-piece wheel trim, and correct Apache badging make this show-worthy from day one. It's a beautiful package, and there's a ton of function within the form. It's a long bed extra-duty 3200-series truck. That means it's both rarer and ready for more work. And the long bed is even ideally set up with liner paint around the side, including over the rails. And the bed floor is a durable diamond plate. So this one is ideal from doing special business deliveries to hauling your motorcycle. And if you have the larger or messier loads, you can also just hook up a trailer to the receiver hitch on the rear.
The black and white two-tone returns inside on the metal components. You can tell that this pickup tries to keep the clean/classic spartan look of a 1950s pickup, but it also makes sure to add the right features. The velour insert on the seat makes this more comfortable, and the 12-volt plug in the dash lets you charge your phone. And the wood-rimmed steering wheel is on a tilt column to give you a commanding driving position.
The engine bay has a clean style with a mean powerhouse in the middle. The 350 cubic-inch V8 is built right with ProMaxx aluminum heads, an aluminum intake, cast Chevrolet polished valve covers, and topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. There's even an aluminum radiator to help keep the full package running cool. Hedman headers let this one exhale with added power. Plus, this feels like it has a nice cam that helps give a nice tune to the X-pipe dual exhaust. It's meant to be a true classic, and so you have a three-speed manual transmission. Also, the suspension is a true classic setup for a proper vintage truck feeling. But this one also wants to be an easy cruiser. So you have the right upgrades, like power steering, front disc brakes, and sway bars front and rear. And while those wheels have a classic look, they are actually modern 18-inch units. It allows you to fit grippy modern tires (and then disguise them like classic whitewalls as you see here.)
This Apache is stunning, useful, and powerful. It makes for an awesome restored classic that's going to get a ton of attention even when you're hauling nothing. Call today!!!
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