Complete with a rust-free body and many desirable features, this pick-up could be painted just about any color you like, and has all the parts you need to complete the job.
The seller is selling it on behalf of his late father’s estate and offers it with a clean California title. There are only a few things to fix or replace, but the car is ready for a new owner’s creativity.
The car has a 400 cubic-inch small-block Chevy engine and a 4-inch-stroke forged crankshaft. It also has 10-1 hypereutectic pistons and I-beam connecting rods.
1955 Chevrolet Project For Sale
- 1955 CHEVY TRUCK PROJECT – $1,400 (MESQUITE)
- 1955 Chevy 210 2 Dr. Sedan – $12,900 (Longview)
- 1955 Chevy 3100 pick up – $3,500 (Kaufman)
- 1955 Chevy 6400 – $1,800
- 1955 Chevy Pickup frame – $500 (Tyler)
The seats have been re-upholstered and the front end is ready for paint. Currently, it’s sitting in the garage, so there’s little rust to worry about.
After buying the car, the owners had it shipped to a local shop for restoration. The mechanics did the job, but it was very messy and took longer than expected.
The mechanics had to replace the seats. But the owners couldn’t afford the labor. So, they made the car a project and sold it.
The buyers had it shipped to the United States and they paid more than the asking price. Ultimately, the new owner was able to restore the old classic and sell it at a later date.
The engine has been rebuilt with a four-cylinder Chevy V8 engine. The car’s seats have been re-upholstered, and the passenger seat has been replaced.
1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Restoration
The front end has been primed for paint, and the two doors have very little rust. It has been in the garage for a long time, but the owner was never bothered to restore the interior. The new owners can save some money and enjoy a brand-new car.
The car’s seats have been reupholstered, but the passenger seat has been wrecked. The front end has been primed for painting, but the two doors still have some rust.
The car has been sitting in a garage for as long as I can remember, but it’s still very functional. If you’re interested in buying it, let us know! It’s worth more than just a few bucks.
The car has been stripped of its original sheetmetal, but its interior is in great shape. The seats and passenger seat have been re-upholstered, and the front end is primed and ready for paint.
The front end is primed and the two doors have a little rust, but overall, this car is a great project for anyone. It’s a great place to start if you’re a beginner at this kind of DIY.
The exterior has rust on both sides, but the interior is mostly intact. The seats and passenger door have been reupholstered, but the passenger seat has been damaged.
The front end is primed and ready for paint. The two doors have a little rust, but the car has been sitting in a garage for as long as I can remember. This car has been sitting in a garage for a few years now, but it’s still in great condition.
The interior has been thoroughly restored, but the car needs work. The seats have been re-upholstered and the passenger seat is ruined.
The front end has been primed and is ready for paint. The two doors are also in good shape with only a little rust.
1955 Chevrolet Project For Sale
- 1955 CHEVY 1 TON – $5,500 (REDLANDS)
- 1955 Chevy truck – $6,000 (Los Angeles)
The owner of this project for sale is eager to make the car his own. The car is in good shape, but the rust is not very bad.
The interior is in good condition. The seats have been re-upholstered and the passenger seat has been repaired. The engine has been assembled with a 400-cubic-inch Chevy small-block engine.
The crankshaft has been forged. The four-inch pistons were installed on I-beam connecting rods. The interior is in great shape. Despite the rust, the car is in good condition.