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1952 Chevy Panel “Custom”


1952 Chevrolet Other Description:

Up for sale a one of a kind custom build a 1952 Chevy Panel/ Wagon. Just imagine your Co. logo applied to sides and parked outside your company.A little history on this build, it was a frame off that took about 6 years to build. I am the 3rd owner and have owned for about 3 years now and ready for yet another chang, clean Calif title in hand,( I'm a man and never satisfied with what I have 🤷‍♀️)Basically everything has been upgraded inside and ou, top to bottom, nearly $45k- $50k if not more invested. Below I will try and describe exactly what I see and know about her.
Starting with outside, frame off and restored, Excellent paint and body, camaro orange/ cream two tone clear coat paint with tastefully hand laid gold leaf pin- striping. Over $20k just in paint and flawless body work. Just a few minor paint chip touch ups here and there, but nothing too noticeable, I like to drive my vehicles. Full body shaved of molding, emblems, and doors ( pull cables and push button solenoids under running boards) Rear doors are fully shaved and molded in with No trace they were ever there for a different look. Pure show quality body work and paint, have taken several awards since I've owned. 👍 All chrome has been redone, all glass is fairly new sides are tinted light tint, there's a small chip on windshield that has been filled to prevent spreading, all rubbers, grill, headlight bezels, mirrors. Custom headlights, tail lights, marker lights, running board lights, all are fairly new and work as should.
Inside, I have a pet peeve with all my old schools weather the frame lays on ground or not, A useable parking brake, I added a hydraulic line lock that locks the front disk brakes, a semi can't move it when locked 😳.Inside has all been upgraded as well from top to bottom, with custom upholster, and carpets, seat is a tastefully orange/ black leather to match door panels, bench seat is a 3 way, with built in arm rest, door panels custom with built in custom arm rest, custom billet door handles. Back area black carpet nicely done all the way back, headliner and interior all in Great condition, one small tear in driver side visor, theses are those cardboard style visors, had the remote taped to the visor, when I removed it peeled some of that paper off, no big deal.
Now for the upgrades: Molded custom dash housing with Dakota digital gauges, tilt 1940's style ford steering wheel with custom gold leaf, horn even works Ooga . Custom center console that holds 2 drinks/ switches for electric windows, Gauges for air- ride, vintage air conditioner switches. Built in 7" pioneer touchscreen, Bluetooth stereo, stereo has slight hum when low volume, and not accelerating, good reason to crank the tunes, I've tried everything imaginable to eliminate hum. 🤷‍♀️ Mounted in the rear is 2ea. 8" sub-woofers, 1ea 12" flip down screen which you can rotate front to back 1ea. Big fosgate amp custom mounted into sidewall upholstery, Very nice, oh ya custom orange lights under dash, windshield wiper even works. Inside has all the modern technology that you'd want for a long drive or cruise to the local car show or hangout.
Drivetrain: roughly 4 year old Gm crate 350/330HP motor, motor has about 29000 miles, motor was upgraded with a mild cam, power steering, power disc brakes up front, new Fitech throttle body fuel injection, new distributor, plugs, wires, electric fan, and clutch fan to keep truck kool, new vintage Ac/ blows cold, forgot to mention two more custom vents installed in dash for AC/heat. Motor is backed up with a 700r automatic transmission. Exhaust is dual with glass packs for that old school soun, ran out rear with pencil tips only way.
Suspension; has been fully upgraded to 4 link and universal air ride technologies setup with shocks, nicely tucked under rear frame, two compressors one big tank with 3/8" lines for that smooth up down 4 corner lift and lower, hand held switch in cab. Wheels and tires less than 6 months old with chrome 15" 5 spoke retro wheels mounted on Vogue white wall/ orange stripe.
Above I've tried to be as honest as possible when describing what I see and know about this 52' koo, head turning, thumbs up panel. For anybody that's ever built a custom ride knows there's a ton of money, time, sweat, that goes into each project, Nothing was really short cutted on this rig and is a very nice and high dollar build. Buyer responsibility for shipping and inspection fees, $ 500.00 deposit due within 3 days close of auction which is non-refundable should buyer back out for any reason. Full payment due within 10 days close of auction. Thanks ! Phil 9253547229 OBO


Item location:Antioch, California, United States
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