Chevrolet PickUp 3100
here’s a lovely strong motivation behind why Chevy Apache pickups from the late Fifties are such a draw for authorities—they’re verifiably attractive trucks. Take this 1958 Chevrolet 3100 Apache half-ton, huge window, stepside pickup, completed in Jade Mist Metallic with a couple of contacts in Antique White. Newly reestablished in 2018 and fitted with a later V-8 motor and three-speed programmed transmission, it likewise has a custom inside and heaps of other customized contacts. However it never loses that particular character of a 1950s-period pickup.
The dealer’s notes say that the taxi and front clasp are generally unique steel, except for a couple of little fix boards in the lower taxi corners, the lower back right bumper, and the bottoms of the two entryways. The taxi remained on the truck during the reclamation, however the remainder of the sheet metal fell off. The body was stripped to exposed metal and fixed. The load box sheet metal is all new. The truck was done in Jade Mist metallic, with Antique White behind the grille and around the windows. The wood in the bed is restored oak, with new tempered steel braces and connecting equipment. The fuel filler on the taxi was welded closed and the gas tank was migrated under the bed, with the filler behind the tag. The bed includes a fiberglass tonneau cover painted to coordinate with the outside. The chrome guards, grille, images, and tempered steel have all the earmarks of being in phenomenal condition. The truck is outfitted with retro blue speck halogen headlights with a jewel cut element. The wiper framework was remade and the truck was fitted with a hard core front light tackle to help four halogen headlights.