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1936

Chevrolet

1/2 Ton Pickups

1/2-Ton Stepside Pickup

1,204

Automatic

CA392571

759P

327

Vinyl

Fire Engine Red

RWD

Hot Rod

OH

Vehicle Options


  • Alloy Wheels
  • CD
  • Driver Multi-Adjustable Power Seat
  • Leather Seats
  • Leather Steering Wheel
  • MP3 CD Player
  • Power Steering
  • Running Boards
  • Tachometer
  • Tilt Wheel
  • 10" Chevy rear end
  • Birchwood Bed
  • Burlap Fabric Headliner
  • Chrome Bumpers
  • Clarion Stereo
  • Cooper Cobra radial tires
  • Dolphin Gauges
  • Edelbrock 4 Barrel Carb
  • Grant Leather Steeling Wheel

Vehicle Description


                           

Old pickup trucks with modern drive trains have long been accepted by serious collectors. Even at glitzy auctions like the Barrett-Jackson spectacle, you'll find your fair share of updated and "massaged" pick-em-ups selling to enthusiastic bidders. A V8-powered pre-war truck is light and nimble -- really the funnest little hauler imaginable! To build a pickup like the one shown here is not an easy task, though.

 First, you have to find a pre-war PU that's in good condition. Then, you have to restore it, and after that, you'll be installing enough modern bits to actually make it safe and fast enough for use on today's busy highways. Count on having to spend a bundle of cash on such a project. A much better idea is to find a truck that was built by someone else, and buy it for pennies on the dollar. Just make sure you find a good one, one that has been fully sorted. Here's such a truck!

 The 1936 Chevrolet Pickup presented here, VIN *CA392571*, started out as a dry old farm truck from California's Central Valley. Just 60,546 commercial 1/2-ton "cab & box" trucks were made for the model year, and there are not too many clean, rust free survivors to begin with. This particular example didn't need much body work or rust repair. After some smoothing and careful prep, a glossy coat of Fire Engine Red was applied to the essentially stock coachwork, many moons ago. Paint has a few little imperfections, such as small, touched up rock chips, but still looks exceedingly nice. There are no rust bubbles, dings, scratches, or dents. As the truck was used as a shop hauler for the owner of a Central Valley chain of lube stations, the company logo was painted on the doors. We like it, but it could easily be removed and buffed out.

A set of expensive CENTER LINE billet wheels was installed, wrapped in COOPER Cobra radial rubber of the sizes 215/60-15 and 255/60-15, respectively.  Note the perfect rake and stance of this little gem. Bags are for groceries! Engine compartment looks very clean. A 1968-vintage Chevy 327 cubic inch mouse motor--producing about twice the horsepower of the original stovebolt six unit--was carefully installed, backed by a TH350 auto trans.

The engine starts instantly and runs perfect, with a whisper quiet idle. Apart from the polished M/T alloy valve covers, the polished, vintage intake manifold , and the EDELBROCK 4-barrel carb with chrome air cleaner, it appears basically stock. Heads are the desirable camel hump units. the truck also received a dual master cylinder power brake safety upgrade. A power steering system was installed, the stock front end configuration was retained. No ugly coil overs on this baby! Custom radiatior features electric fan; there are absolutely no overheating worries.

 Let's look inside now. Interior is very cozy. Former owner had a large collection of Show Rods and he seems to have had a professional upholsterer in his employ.Dash features full set of black-on-white DOLPHIN gauges; apart from the voltmeter, they all work perfectly. Leather-clad GRANT steering wheel is mounted on a tilt Chevy column.

All lights and switches work, and the heater does, too! Late model chairs have been expertly clad in bone-colored leatherette.  Excellent burlap fabric headliner, custom overhead storage. There's a nice Clarion stereo system installed.

Ready for a test drive? So are we, but before we leave, let's have a look at some wood and the undercarriage. Check out the smooth tailgate!

Another highlight of this truck is its beautifully finished bed. Hand-picked birch wood slats were installed with stainless and alloy hardware and covered in many coats of clear varnish, then polised to a high luster. Bed has never seen any abuse, looks super clean. Undercarriage is as clean and dry as you'd wish for. This life-long California pickup has never suffered from rust attacks. Frame rails are straight. Note dual exhaust and 10-inch Chevy rear end. Tires and battery are near new, brakes have been gone through. This is how you want to find 'em! For those used to driving stock pre-WWII trucks, chauffeuring this upgraded Chevy is a revelation. Power steering and brakes make such a difference! This pickup handles as good as it looks, and there's plenty of power to boot.

Thanks to good sound insulation and careful assembly, the '36 is not another rattle trap. It's a comfortable, quiet ride. Freeway speed, no problem. check out the beautiful instruments. The indicated mileage on the odometer--1,204 miles--is the total mileage the truck covered since it was restored. It's fun to drive, doesn't display any bad manners, and can be used as a daily. Around town, everyone we encountered waved and smiled at the classy looking truck. It's a great conversation starter! Here's your chance to acquire a well-built, nicely restored and upgraded, 76 year-old pickup. It would be very hard to build one like it and not lose the farm over it. This one's ready to be enjoyed.



Visit JKs Galleria Of Vintage, Classic and Pristine Cars for your next vehicle. We are shipping experts and can assist with delivering your new vehicle anywhere in the world!!

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1936

Chevrolet

1/2 Ton Pickups

1/2-Ton Stepside Pickup

1,204

RWD

OH

759P

CA392571

327

Automatic

Fire Engine Red

Gray

RWD

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1936 Chevrolet 1/2 Ton Pickups 1/2-Ton Stepside Pickup

Chevrolet 1/2 Ton Pickups  1936

1936

Chevrolet

1/2 Ton Pickups

1/2-Ton Stepside Pickup

1,204

Automatic

CA392571

759P

327

Vinyl

Fire Engine Red

RWD

Hot Rod

OH

  • Alloy Wheels
  • CD
  • Driver Multi-Adjustable Power Seat
  • Leather Seats
  • Leather Steering Wheel
  • MP3 CD Player
  • Power Steering
  • Running Boards
  • Tachometer
  • Tilt Wheel
  • 10" Chevy rear end
  • Birchwood Bed
  • Burlap Fabric Headliner
  • Chrome Bumpers
  • Clarion Stereo
  • Cooper Cobra radial tires
  • Dolphin Gauges
  • Edelbrock 4 Barrel Carb
  • Grant Leather Steeling Wheel

                           

Old pickup trucks with modern drive trains have long been accepted by serious collectors. Even at glitzy auctions like the Barrett-Jackson spectacle, you'll find your fair share of updated and "massaged" pick-em-ups selling to enthusiastic bidders. A V8-powered pre-war truck is light and nimble -- really the funnest little hauler imaginable! To build a pickup like the one shown here is not an easy task, though.

 First, you have to find a pre-war PU that's in good condition. Then, you have to restore it, and after that, you'll be installing enough modern bits to actually make it safe and fast enough for use on today's busy highways. Count on having to spend a bundle of cash on such a project. A much better idea is to find a truck that was built by someone else, and buy it for pennies on the dollar. Just make sure you find a good one, one that has been fully sorted. Here's such a truck!

 The 1936 Chevrolet Pickup presented here, VIN *CA392571*, started out as a dry old farm truck from California's Central Valley. Just 60,546 commercial 1/2-ton "cab & box" trucks were made for the model year, and there are not too many clean, rust free survivors to begin with. This particular example didn't need much body work or rust repair. After some smoothing and careful prep, a glossy coat of Fire Engine Red was applied to the essentially stock coachwork, many moons ago. Paint has a few little imperfections, such as small, touched up rock chips, but still looks exceedingly nice. There are no rust bubbles, dings, scratches, or dents. As the truck was used as a shop hauler for the owner of a Central Valley chain of lube stations, the company logo was painted on the doors. We like it, but it could easily be removed and buffed out.

A set of expensive CENTER LINE billet wheels was installed, wrapped in COOPER Cobra radial rubber of the sizes 215/60-15 and 255/60-15, respectively.  Note the perfect rake and stance of this little gem. Bags are for groceries! Engine compartment looks very clean. A 1968-vintage Chevy 327 cubic inch mouse motor--producing about twice the horsepower of the original stovebolt six unit--was carefully installed, backed by a TH350 auto trans.

The engine starts instantly and runs perfect, with a whisper quiet idle. Apart from the polished M/T alloy valve covers, the polished, vintage intake manifold , and the EDELBROCK 4-barrel carb with chrome air cleaner, it appears basically stock. Heads are the desirable camel hump units. the truck also received a dual master cylinder power brake safety upgrade. A power steering system was installed, the stock front end configuration was retained. No ugly coil overs on this baby! Custom radiatior features electric fan; there are absolutely no overheating worries.

 Let's look inside now. Interior is very cozy. Former owner had a large collection of Show Rods and he seems to have had a professional upholsterer in his employ.Dash features full set of black-on-white DOLPHIN gauges; apart from the voltmeter, they all work perfectly. Leather-clad GRANT steering wheel is mounted on a tilt Chevy column.

All lights and switches work, and the heater does, too! Late model chairs have been expertly clad in bone-colored leatherette.  Excellent burlap fabric headliner, custom overhead storage. There's a nice Clarion stereo system installed.

Ready for a test drive? So are we, but before we leave, let's have a look at some wood and the undercarriage. Check out the smooth tailgate!

Another highlight of this truck is its beautifully finished bed. Hand-picked birch wood slats were installed with stainless and alloy hardware and covered in many coats of clear varnish, then polised to a high luster. Bed has never seen any abuse, looks super clean. Undercarriage is as clean and dry as you'd wish for. This life-long California pickup has never suffered from rust attacks. Frame rails are straight. Note dual exhaust and 10-inch Chevy rear end. Tires and battery are near new, brakes have been gone through. This is how you want to find 'em! For those used to driving stock pre-WWII trucks, chauffeuring this upgraded Chevy is a revelation. Power steering and brakes make such a difference! This pickup handles as good as it looks, and there's plenty of power to boot.

Thanks to good sound insulation and careful assembly, the '36 is not another rattle trap. It's a comfortable, quiet ride. Freeway speed, no problem. check out the beautiful instruments. The indicated mileage on the odometer--1,204 miles--is the total mileage the truck covered since it was restored. It's fun to drive, doesn't display any bad manners, and can be used as a daily. Around town, everyone we encountered waved and smiled at the classy looking truck. It's a great conversation starter! Here's your chance to acquire a well-built, nicely restored and upgraded, 76 year-old pickup. It would be very hard to build one like it and not lose the farm over it. This one's ready to be enjoyed.



Visit JKs Galleria Of Vintage, Classic and Pristine Cars for your next vehicle. We are shipping experts and can assist with delivering your new vehicle anywhere in the world!!

Message: Thought you might be interested in this 1936 Chevrolet 1/2 Ton Pickups.

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