1950 Chevrolet 3100 Classic Pick-Up Truck This Chevy sits on an updated frame and has been lowered to give it this awesome stance. Powered by a stout Chevy 350ci motor and backed up by a 350TH 3-Speed automatic transmission. Upgrades include custom blue matte paint job, power front disc brakes, new suspension, power steering, aluminum radiator, electric cooling fans, aluminum intake manifold, electric cutout exhaust, custom wheels, new gas tank, new shocks, Autometer gauges, new interior & exterior door handles, new mirrors, led 3rd brake light & taillights, new directional set up, and a relocated gas tank Blue and Gray interior Only 900 Miles since rebuilt drivetrain
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Chevrolet's first major redesign post-World War II, the Advance-Design series was billed as a bigger, stronger, and sleeker design in comparison to the earlier AK Series. First available on Saturday June 28, 1947, these trucks were sold with various minor changes over the years until March 25, 1955, when the Task Force Series trucks replaced the aging Advance-Design model.
The same basic design family was used for all of its trucks including the Suburban, panel trucks, canopy express and cab overs. The cab overs used the same basic cab configuration and similar grille but used a shorter and taller hood and different fenders. The unique Cab Over fenders and hood required a custom cowl area which makes the Cab Over Engine cabs and normal truck cabs incompatible with one another while all truck cabs of all weights interchange.
From 1947 until 1955, Chevrolet trucks were number one in sales in the United States, with rebranded versions sold at GMC locations.
While General Motors used this front end sheet metal, and to a slightly lesser extent the cab, on all of its trucks except for the Cab Overs, there are three main sizes of this truck: the half-, three-quarter-, and full ton capacities in short and long wheelbase.