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1935 Chevrolet Pickup for sale - Morgantown, Pennsylvania

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FOR SALE: 1935 Chevrolet Pickup $29,000 USD
Morgantown, PA

Interior Color:

Exterior Color:
Boatswain Blue

1935 Chevrolet Pickup Chevrolet produced only passenger cars through 1917.  The company introduced its first truck models in January of 1918 when they came out with two different four cylinder trucks.  This was also the year that Chevrolet became a part of General Motors. Since that time Chevrolet has always been a top contender in the American truck market.  Another important note is that Chevrolet did not build the finished pickup truck between 1918 and 1928.  The company provided the buyer with only the chassis and cowl.  A coach maker would be required to complete the truck body.  Buyers would purchase and install aftermarket bodies during this era.  During the middle of the Great Depression, both Chevrolet and Ford battled it out in the passenger truck category.  In the year 1935 there weren\'t a great many people able to buy a new car or truck.  Just like during any severe financial downturn, people drove what they had for as long as they could.  In many cases this lasted quite a long time. For consignment, purchased by our consignor in 1993 out in western PA, and the beneficiary of a 10 year long rotisserie restoration, nicely painted, and looking like a show piece as well as winning awards while doing so.  Powered by the correct Chevrolet inline 6 cylinder, this nimble mind 30\'s truck is a nice find, and we are pleased to have it taking up space in our Hallowed former outlet mall Halls.  We give you the 1935 Chevrolet Pickup.  Here, utility and Art Deco meet up. Exterior A two tone color paint job is always adding interest to these exterior fender vehicles, and this one is definitely an eye catcher.  Our consignor notes that the cab and front fenders are factory steel and the bed and rear fenders are reproduction metal.  With its Boatswain Blue surrounded shield styled vertical ribbed grille and curvaceous undulating exterior mounted fenders connected by a convenient running board, it gives access to the sides of the bed.  These black fenders frame blackwall wrapped wire wheels painted black with a Art Deco styled bowtie chromed moon cap in the center.  Behind the blue surrounded grille is a blue painted cowled hood with side venting and a large blue oval badge and the bowtie designation.  This is the final year of the high roof cab design, and has a clear view out of the glass and has exposed door hinges and pristine entry handles.  A steel sided rolled bed with the fenders and is nearly perfect in its presentation.  Lining the bed is nice warm oak with metal mounting dividers and a solid steel tailgate and twin bowtie emblazoned tail lights hovering just above the bumper.  Overall the paint remains very nice with good shine and depth, but there are areas of hazing, scuffs, inclusions and bubbling of the finish.   Interior In keeping with the excellent yet utilitarian theme, a simple black vinyl bench is sitting on a wooden blue painted box structure.  Blue painted wood flooring is covering all the lower surfaces and Boatswain Blue steel with 3d embossed ribbing making an appearance.  These create a nice field for the door actuator and window crank to play within and show off their shine.  A simple black metal dash has a trio of gauges in the center and these are original that have a very nice aged warm tone to them.  The big bakelite steering wheel is fronting this dash, meanwhile covering the pillars and headlining is black cardboard lining that is looking just fine. Drivetrain Under the cowls is a beautifully restored and detailed green block 206.8ci inline 6 cylinder engine.  This mill is finished in a lightly patined gray, has an oil bath air cleaning system covering the single 1-barrel carburetor, and the black painted intake manifold on the side of the block.  An original 3-speed manual transmission is on, and this throws power rearward to a 4.11 axle.  Undercarriage A meticulous restoration has yielded a showroom undercarriage with pristine metal framing, body hangers, and suspension part


  • Price$29,000 USD
  • Odometer80529
  • Body Stylepickup_truck
  • Stock #4958

Price History

Original Price$29,000
Listed Price$29,000

Excluding price changes of less than $100.

About This Dealership:

6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA

Classic Auto Mall is a world class consignment house located in southeastern Pennsylvania with indoor showroom space for up to 1,000 collectable and special interest vehicles offered for sale. We are conveniently located just west of Philadelphia.

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