Chevrolet 3100 Pick-up 0,5 ton 1942
|Model||3100 Pick-up 0,5 ton 1942|
|Mileage||01005 after restoration|
|Number of Doors||2|
Description Chevrolet 3100 Pick-up 0,5 ton 1942
This Chevrolet 3100 comes from the first series that was produced from 1941 to 1947. After it’s restoration, the pickup has served for years as an eye-catcher at a large printing plant in America. The restoration was already quite a few years ago, but was done nicely and thoroughly at the time, so the car is still in a good condition. The engine and bucket run virtually silently and the shifting is very smooth. In the cab, the sofa is again lined with black skai and the dashboard is neatly painted, similar to the original. The counters are working and there's a new tank in it. The bucket is equipped with a beautiful new wooden floor. Both doors have a bit of rust under the paint on the bottom, but not very disturbing. With this Chevrolet 3100 Pickup you are definitely a standout. For example, the car lends itself perfectly as an advertising object for your company.
The car is not yet registered, but all import costs have been paid. If desired, we can provide the car with a Dutch registration plate.
Bodywork: Pick Up
Transmission: Manual 3 gears
Engine: 6 cylinder line 3500CC 216 CUI
Mileage: 01005 after restoration
Year built: 1942
Price: € 35.500,-
For more information, please contact Dirk den Hertog of Starchiefs Classic Cars:
We would like to invite you to come and see the collection without obligation in our showroom at Handelsweg 4 in Meerkerk. This is possible daily during office hours. However, because we can also be “on the road” to expand the collection or deliver sold classics, we advise you to announce your arrival by telephone. Viewing in the weekend or in the evenings is only possible by appointment. In all cases, contact Chief Dirk 06-53781381.
Due to the lockdown imposed by the government due to COVID-19, we are currently only available by e-mail and / or telephone. We would like to discuss together how we can respond to the aroused interest in a specific car from our collection in an appropriate way.