I've just lowered the price for this classic pickup. Available is a 1950 Advanced Design Chevrolet 1-ton pickup. In restorable condition but not running since about 1980. Engine compartment needs complete restoration and recommend replacement with a 235-ci engine if possible. Floor shift for manual transmission. This was a heavy duty 1-ton pickup but not a dual (dually) rear end. Cab floors need repair/replacement. Cab corners may need repair but appear to be OK. Left rear fender dent needs sheet metal work to repair to cosmetic appearance. Gauges need restoration or replacement. Odometer may not be readable due to weather and fading. These 1-ton pickups are now quite rare.
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