1941 Chevrolet Pickup

1941 Chevrolet Pickup

1941 Chevrolet Pickup

Restyled for 1941 and riding upon a longer-wheelbase chassis, Chevrolet’s new-for-1941 light-duty truck lines featured an unforgettable new Art Deco-inspired waterfall grille. The basic 1941 design continued for the 1942 model year, shortened by America’s full-scale entry into WWII, ultimately going on through 1946. While sales of these stylish workhorses were strong throughout production, precious few survive today. Handsomely finished in show-quality Brandy paint, this 1941 Chevrolet pickup is the product of a complete, high-quality restoration and build. Removed front and rear bumpers and otherwise stock side trim enhances the streamlined body’s beauty, lending greater prominence to the pickup’s signature twin-element grille. The pickup rides on an original chassis with boxed frame rails for greater strength. Front underpinnings are upgraded with a modern, engineered coil-spring independent setup including rack-and-pinion steering gear. To the rear, parallel leaf springs and tubular shock absorbers locate the 9-inch ford rear axle. Disc/drum power brakes with a modern dual-circuit master cylinder provide stopping power. Underneath the hood, the pickup’s original “Stovebolt” six was swapped out for a GM 350 CI small-block V-8 engine equipped with an Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake mounting a 4-barrel carburetor and breathing through a K&N air cleaner. Excellent supporting features of the nicely detailed engine and surrounding engine compartment include aluminum-coated OEM exhaust manifolds, a serpentine-belt accessory drive, aluminum radiator, and polished coolant-overflow tube. A custom aluminum fuel tank, excellent fuel and brake lines, and a full-length dual exhaust system round out the mechanicals. The interior features a body-color painted stock dash and a full complement of AutoMeter gauges including a speedometer/tachometer combination including an electronic odometer. A Grant GT steering wheel greets the driver, mounted atop a modern tilt steering column including the billet turn-signal stalk and shifter for the 3-speed automatic transmission. Creature comforts include a luxurious late-model bench seat trimmed in Vanilla leather and air conditioning with an under-dash register. High-intensity Halogen headlamps up front and polished stainless taillights light the way at night. A custom aluminum fuel tank resides below the well-finished Oak cargo-bed flooring and stainless retaining straps. Rolling stock includes a classic-appearing set of polished American Racing Torq-Thrust wheels measuring 15 inches in diameter, mounting BF Goodrich Radial T/A black wall tires, sized 235/60 front and 275/60 rear. Retaining its winning original styling with an unmodified body, this high-quality restoration and custom build is accompanied by a recent appraisal report and ready to cruise, enjoy, and show with pleasure.

Appraised value of $100,000.


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91 Kilometers
350 V8
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$ 85,000.00 CDN
Plus applicable taxes

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