Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
This 1955 Chevrolet 3100 has that classic 5-window body that always is desirable, and the solid small block power, vibrant paint, and custom interior make this a great cruiser. But what makes this the ultimate Chevy for you is the fully upgraded suspension that has four-wheel air ride control so you can always dial-in the ideal stance on demand.
Chevy truck fans know this was a unique year. There was a final run of the legendary Advance Design pickup before switching over to the Task Force line in the same year. So this is a rare year with a distinct style. And it only gets better with the desirable five-window cab. The red paint is a more modern application with a good shine and smooth feel. It's pretty darn impressive, and so you'll get plenty of nods at the stoplights. It's not perfect, because after all, this was built to be an easy cruiser. That's why you have custom details, like the tri-bar headlights, unique red-painted wood bed with bright slats, and an awesome set of polished 20-inch wheels. And those bright alloys are a great way to feature whatever ride height you chose on the adjustable air ride suspension.
The five-window cab lets in more light so that you can get an even better view of the custom interior. The tan looks good against the exterior red that returns on the door tops and dash. We especially like how there is an ostrich texture used for accenting on the seat, door panels, and shift boot. There are modern conveniences like an AM/FM stereo w/iPod input and a digital controller for the air ride. Plus, the R134a air conditioning likely just needs a recharge to blow cold again. This Chevy is also upgraded with the driver in mind. You have an updated Stewart Warner gauge package and a Lokar floor shifter. And the custom steering wheel not only has an ostrich pattern grip, but it's also mounted on an Ididit polished tilt column for the best in comfort and style.
It wouldn't be a true custom build without a great-looking engine, and this one does not disappoint. The smooth and dark inner walls really funnel all your attention to the tidy and polished components of the powerhouse. This 350 cubic-inch crate V8 has also been upgraded with aluminum heads, an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and shorty headers feeding into Flowmaster mufflers and the side exhaust. Because you want to take this out on the streets and hit the shows, it has great driving features such as a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, front disc brakes, and modern tires. And the air ride has a nice amount of travel thanks to the fully upgraded suspension.
This is a distinct five-window pickup from a short model year. And you get to tell that story with whatever stance you choose. That makes for an irresistible deal you need to get your hand on right now. Call today!!!
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