1950 Chevy Fleetline Deluxe

I purchased this car earlier this year from my father in-law. He got it upto paint and due to other projects lost interest in this one. The car as he told me did not have a lot of rust, the driver floor pan was replaced in metal fully welded using a replacement panel to match original and the inner rockers show very little rust holes while the outer rockers look intact. I have done my best to make this car a complete, driver quality vehicle from what I purchased. It’s a running driving car, featuring the original drive train, sealed driveshaft, 3 on the tree and straight 6 motor. The car was a driving shell when I got it, so the paint goes into the jambs and around all the doors, a complete color change that looks factory. It’s a sort of milk shake / yohoo solid color (no metallic’s) that looks great with the chrome and white interior. I sprayed the dash two tone to add a more “Deluxe” feel to the overall car. This car is not “perfect” but is a very very clean driver that will turn heads anywhere it goes. The overall style of the car is early lowrider / bomb keeping it mostly stock with a few add on accessories such as front visor, rear venison blinds, a curb feeler and some lake pipes for sound and looks. It is definitely a fun cruiser that will not need much to enjoy as is or change up a few things. The list is too long of new parts and things done to the car so I’ll try and break it down into categories, if there is anything I missed or you want to ask please don’t hesitate to ask. Here is the list:

Exterior:
3 year old single stage driver quality paint job
New windshield and gasket
New side glass, felts, u-channels and vent wing seals
New rear glass seal using original glass
New front and rear bumper with new hardware
Color matched front visor and skirts
New lake pipes working as dual exhaust
New hood ornament
New taillights with new gaskets

Interior:
New complete interior kit
New venison blinds
Solid floors no holes no rust
New carpet / floor mats with new tar paper and insulation underneath
New matching trunk carpet with insulation underneath
New gas pedal, brake pedal pad and clutch pedal pad
New door panels
New seat upholstery seats taken down to bare frame and painted then built back up
*Missing rear seat bottom but have the covers to upholster back seat ready to go!
New headliner with windlace and tar paper insulation (no interior sun visors)
Guarnish moldings color matched with all new hardware
Dash color matched and two toned with white
New accessory “Butterfly” steering wheel painted white to match dash and column
New glove box
New rear view mirror
New dash script badge
Gauge completely disassembled and refinished
New interior 12v bulbs everywhere (working dome light and dash lights)
New 4 door seals, trunk seal and cowl seal
New ignition key cylinder & switch
Interior window and door handles not pictured good driver repops

Mechanical:
Original 216 in running condition
3 speed manual tranny in running condition
Radiator has been completely flushed and refilled with new fluids
New 12v alternator installed with braket and using original style pulley
New 12v coil
12v conversion including new headlights and taillights
New 12v battery

Suspension:
Sears 6.70-15 driver quality tires still plenty of thread left
Color matched factory wheels
2 hub caps on front wheels
New shorter front shocks
Front springs cut 1 coil
New rear air shocks with air valve inside trunk next to matching spare tire
New lowering blocks and u-bolts and some small leafs removed
Rebuilt stock drum brake system
Undercarriage pressure cleaned and undercoated

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask. Please no tire kickers it is priced well to sell. Looking to sell as is and quickly I need the funds for other endeavors. Thank you!

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