1934 chevrolet truck




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  • The current owner of this Chevrolet Master pickup for sale on Hemmings. com appears to know when to say when; faced with a restoration.

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    It is interesting! The most popular model of the Chevrolet is the Camaro. The history of Camaro begins in 1966. The name is taken from the word "Comrad" - comrade. A powerful car quickly won the market in this segment. Auto turned out not only powerful, but also aesthetically beautiful.

    Chevrolet Master Deluxe High Cab Pickup. Chevrolet Pickup Truck ~ This Great Vintage Ride Turns Heads | Flickr - Photo. More information.

    1934 chevrolet truck

    1934 chevrolet truck

    Yes, the Chevrolet trucks of the era had not yet embraced all-metal design; making sure you buy a truck with good, dry structural wood is of paramount importance. Click on the above image for an XXL-sized view x pixels Most importantly, we had fun driving this pickup. Even the original glass is still intact. The all-original interior with black naugahyde bench and rubber mat is superbly preserved and needs nothing. Since all depression-era pick-ups saw prolonged, hard use, only to be discarded for late-models, finding a pickup from that not only survived intact, but was never exposed to inclement weather, was never rusty, never restored, yet is still ready to serve, seems all but impossible.

    1934 chevrolet truck

    1934 chevrolet truck

    1934 chevrolet truck

    1934 chevrolet truck

    1934 chevrolet truck

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    Seventy-five years is a long time. It's a lifetime for a human being and several lifetimes for any vehicle. Still, every once in a blue moon, Southern California yields an automobile treasure like this incredible, 75 year-old pick-'em-up truck.

    Since all depression-era pick-ups saw prolonged, hard use, only to be discarded for late-models, finding a pickup from that not only survived intact, but was never exposed to inclement weather, was never rusty, never restored, yet is still ready to serve, seems all but impossible. Albeit, here it is, an amazing survivor. What are the odds?! Click on the above image for an XXL-sized view x pixels.

    1934 chevrolet truck

    Horace Pinehurst dutifully for decades, back when the San Gabriel Valley was still a mostly rural area. Upon the good Doctor's passing in the late s, his wife couldn't bring herself to part with the truck, and it was put up on blocks for many years.

    Like a train engineer's perfectly aged denim bib overalls, this unique Stovebolt has been allowed to mellow and age with grace for three-quarters of a Century. After acquiring the super rare Thirty-Four, we made sure not to disturb its irreplaceable, "as found" patina. All we did is clean the fuel system and install a fresh set of spark plugs as well as a new 6-Volt battery to make sure the original And, yes, it is a proud member of Chevy's Stovebolt engine family, manufactured from to Underneath, this California pickup looks as dry and clean as you could ever hope for.

    1934 chevrolet truck

    The strong, pickup-only frame is as good as new. Click on any of the above images for a full-size view. A light coat of dust covers the original floor pans and frame rails. Even from this perspective, the wooden bed slats look bitchin'!

    Chevrolet's advertising agency touted the "Master" pickup as "A six for the price of four. With a GVR of 4,lbs, the truck's payload was 1,lbs. Truck's cab is in outstandingly fine condition. No accident damage, no rust, virtually perfect wood. Yes, the Chevrolet trucks of the era had not yet embraced all-metal design; making sure you buy a truck with good, dry structural wood is of paramount importance. Since the Vet always parked his faithful companion inside, the pickup has escaped any and all damage.

    Even the original glass is still intact. The green paint is old, very old, indeed, but it's beautiful to behold. We didn't touch it and we firmly believe the truck should be kept "as is" forever.

    1934 chevrolet truck

    Details, from left to right: Brass headlight rim, glass lens Original pinstriping Factory air conditioning. The all-original interior with black naugahyde bench and rubber mat is superbly preserved and needs nothing. You could install a new cardboard headliner, perhaps, but is it really needed? Tuesday, March 11 was another lovely day here in San Buenaventura. We turned on the ignition, pressed the floor-mounted starter button, and the little pickup instantly came to life.

    The 3-speed manual transmission is fully synchronized: We took the Chevy to a hilly neighborhood. It performed remarkably well. On uneven roads, the ride might be a bit bouncy above 30mph unless you carry some heavy cargo inside the bed, but that's to be expected; after all, this is an unrestored original.

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