1951 Chevrolet 3100 Shortbed Pickup Truck PROJECT. All stock, non modified truck. Engine is missing parts from the block up (no head, manifold, carb, valve cover, etc.). Transmission and rearend all original. Has damage on left side of cab just in front of driver’s door where it looks like the door got overextended and crimped the cab slightly. See pictures. Rust in floors appear to be as minimal as a 70 year old non-restored vehicle is (or should be expected). Cab corners need replacing. The nice thing about this particular truck is because it is a 1951 Chevrolet it has a one year only distinction: it is the LAST year of the turn down door handles (not push button) and 1951 was the FIRST year these Chevy trucks doors’ had vent windows. No tailgate. I have a CLEAR, CLEAN state title in my name. This is NOT A SALVAGE OR RECONSTRUCTED TITLE. I prefer to answer any other questions by phone. [hidden information]. $500 non-refundable deposit required within 48 hours of auction’s close time. Balance MUST BE PAID WITHIN 7 days of of close of auction. Vehicle is sold as is. I will assist with loading of vehicle.On Jul-13-20 at 06:05:37 PDT, seller added the following information:IF YOU HAVE LESS THAN 10 FEEDBACK YOU MUST CONTACT ME BY PHONE PRIOR TO BIDDING OR YOUR BID WILL BE WITHDRAWN AND YOU WILL BE BLOCKED FROM FURTHER BIDDING. THIS IS TO INSURE A FAIR AUCTION FOR THOSE WHO ARE REPONSIBLE BIDDERS AND ELIMINATE THOSE BIDDERS WHO SEEM TO THINK THIS IS SOME NEW VIDEO GAME FOR THEM TO PLAY ON.
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