Description: 1951 Chevrolet F3100 powered by a 350CI V8 engine and an automatic transmission. It features aluminum valve covers, various chrome parts including the alternator, AC compressor and power steering pump. It also features a high-rise aluminum intake, HEI ignition, power brakes, and full length headers bully brake/gas pedals, B&M Megashifter, Sunpro tachometer, and digital gauges. Runs and drives.
The flywheel has a few missing teeth (if the engine stops in the right spot it has to be manually rotated to get the starter to engage). The tires and windshield are cracked. The engine appeared to have an internal noise and overheated within 5 minutes. The transmission is hard to get into gear and park. There not any turn signal lights or brake lights (only running lights). The exhaust system consists of headers and glass packs. The rear axle appears to not be center. The passenger door has to be opened from the inside (the window will not roll down). The windshields are cracked. There are several areas of the body where filler is cracking. Please see the photos for additional cosmetic details.