• 350 GM V/8
• Electronic ignition
• Turbo 350 Hydromantic Auto Trans
• Front Disc brakes
• New tires & wheels in 2017
• Interior was upgraded in 2017
• Classic A/C system
• Stainless exhaust
• GM 12 bolt Rear-End
• 9000 miles on the truck since frame off restoration.
The vast majority of classic trucks seen in magazines and at shows sport a list of modifications longer than Gone with the Wind. While those extensively customized trucks are always cool to look at, this 1954 Chevrolet Panel 3100 manages to carry the same level of appeal without a single notable body modification. The recipient of an extensive frame-off restoration, the truck exhibits a level of quality unobtainable from the assembly lines of the 1950s. Featuring a 350 cubic inch eight cylinder, a 350 turbo transmission and a color sure to turn heads in any situation, only a few panel trucks we have sold have generated such a buzz. If you're in the market for a classic piece of Americana that can be driven, shown and fully enjoyed, this '54 Chevy Panel may be exactly what you're looking for. It would also make a great advertising piece for your company, just add your logo on the side!
At the core of this natural magnetism is Chevrolet's Advance Design which took GM trucks a step forward by offering more interior room, better visibility and improved looks. By 1954, the design had been refined to such a degree that it remains a head-turner even by today's standards. To make sure the exterior fit and finish of this panel truck was show quality, all panels were taken down to bare metal and massaged to perfection before being shot with a glossy coat of Maroon. This color absolutely complements the immaculate bodywork. Panel fitment is equally good for this age truck. All gaps are above average as seen in the photos, and the doors shut much easier than most original trucks we've encountered. This is a great panel truck to add to anyone's collection.
Custom Classics has this truck on Consignment sale, and we did a lot of the restoration work on this truck in 2017 before it was shipped to Hilton Head Island, SC where it is currently located for sale.