1950 Chevrolet Truck 7-window Custom Stretch Cab


1950 Chevrolet Truck 7-window Custom Stretch Cab


Only 173 miles since truck was completed

1950 model Custom built/stretch from a 5 window to a 7 window …..LOOKS every bit like the factory model …. The one they never built but should have.

Purpose built to haul friends and family

Rear seat with adequate leg room for adults

Split bucket style bench with arm rest (seats fold forward to allow access to rear)

Show quality two-tone paint

Show quality custom Bed

Show quality engine bay

Very clean undercarriage

Many modern upgrades

Modern “Air & Heat” system by Vintage Air / blows COLD

Dakota Analog Gauge System

Remote start, unlock and security alarm

Power Windows

Aftermarket TILT Steering Column

2nd Gen Camaro Front Clip

Throttle bottle Fuel Injected Chevy 350 …. Less than 200 miles on rebuild

700 R4 OVERDRIVE automatic transmission …. Less than 200 miles on rebuild

Front Runner Pulley System

4-Wheel Disc brakes (Power) …. See NOTE below

Power Steering

high torque starter

Dual Driveshaft

Wheels are new (less than 200 miles) American Racing Torque Thrust

Tires are new (less than 200 miles) directional Toyo Extensa HP

front …. 245/45 R17

Rear …. 275/55 R17

This 1950 Chevrolet Truck is stunning and with a unique appearance that will command attention no matter where it is, AND is being offered at less than HALF of what it would cost to duplicate.

   I am selling this unique truck for an airline pilot who is relocating to the Caribbean and unable to take his toys. While I would say this truck seems to be an outstanding build, it has only just recently been completed and has only logged 173 shake down miles. In my test drive (….. see video) I was generally impressed with the truck overall but wanted to point out a few additional things I noticed after videoing. The brakes stopped the truck in a straight line and without issue in the normal stop and go driving I did. However, when testing them under a “panic or emergency braking”, the brakes did not stop the truck as quick as they should. I am not a mechanic, but I guess it is possible that just a bit more tweaking could improve this. In any event, I would highly recommend that this be addressed right away. It is a 4-wheel Disc brake set up and the owner believes the disc components to be GM so what ever it needs is probably something any competent shop can address. Other more minor things noted are things I have seen many times before with after market components, that being the electric windows go up fine but come down “too fast” and nest slightly lower in the door than they should, in my opinion, which to me means they may need a window stop installed, or if the stop is already there, it needs to be adjusted upward just a touch. Also, the aftermarket accelerator pedal seems a little too tight, meaning that you have to use a little more foot pressure when initially accelerating from a complete stop. I also noted that there are no seatbelts installed. It is completely normal to have a few items to “further sort out” when building these vehicles and seems to be at about 99%. These “button up” items will be left to the new buyer as the owner is focusing on major life changes and thus liquidating his toys.

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