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1954 Chevy Pickup Truck w/nickel plated grill- For Sale

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Stored up on blocks.

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5 minutes ago, JACK M said:

Stored up on blocks.

 

I hope those tires won't hold a flat spot set. That is a first for me!

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I'm gonna guess that it was placed there recently by the looks of the grass around the blocks and the extra stress spot on the RF tire.

Comes with a tool box.

I know that guys that like these swear by them and it will probably sell.

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This must be the "good" side since it is the only one they show.

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19 hours ago, JACK M said:

I'm gonna guess that it was placed there recently by the looks of the grass around the blocks and the extra stress spot on the RF tire.

Comes with a tool box.

I know that guys that like these swear by them and it will probably sell.

That is not a tool box it is an air brake.  At least you don't have to worry about replacing the wipers.

 

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53 minutes ago, MyDadsAntiqueCars said:

Thank you for all the kind comments about my Grandfathers antique cars and trucks gentlemen.

 

Just funning ya.

A bunch of bored old guys hang out here.

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Seriously, this generation of Chevy and GMC trucks are highly sought after and bring serious money for ones in much poorer (yes, really) condition.  Plus, you can virtually build one of these out of a catalog, any part you need.  I have been down this road and wish I never would have gotten off.  I had a 1950 GMC 5 window, I had a 1948 Chevy Suburban.  Both sold to "focus" on something else. 


I want to say and you old timers can correct me - 1954 Chevy went to full oil pressure on the 6 cylinders (thank you Corvette) so if it has the original motor and transmission it should be worth rebuilding.  I had sourced a later 6 cylinder for the Suburban, common to do.  The GMC was an OHV and always full oil pressure. 

 

Where are you located? 

 

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Roselle, IL a suburb of Chicago.

 

I am a granddaughter, Grampa left many cars and trucks 1920-54 in various stages of repair, I only want to give them all a good home to someone who can use them for parts or rebuild.

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