1953 GMC 1/2 Ton Short Box Pickup Truck!
Very cool 1953 GMC pickup with the full pressure 228ci Straight 6 Cylinder. Upgraded with a T-10 5 Speed Transmission. What a blast to drive! This is a Rock Solid, mostly original truck that will do freeway speeds!
NEW PARTS LIST
Crank Seals - Front & Rear
Generator & Regulator
Battery & Cables
Electric Wiper Motor
Splash Aprons - Front & Rear
Door & Windshield Rubber
Windshield & Door Glass
Oak Bed & Head Rack
You can drive this truck every day! Driver quality paint with tons of new parts! This truck has been lovingly maintained and upgraded over the years. Priced to sell now! First $19,500 takes it!
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1953 GMC 2-ton flatbed truck with original plates. Yellow with clear title
Also. in the coming weeks and months I will be selling quite a few old vehicles and loads of old car parts on ebay motors.
I will not pay for any shipping myself or be responsible for anything that happens to the truck in getting it off the property or once it leaves my property. The vehicle is located in Campbell. California.
Thanks for looking!
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Comments and questions to the seller:from EUGENE KRABER, dated 13 september 2018
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1953 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed Truck
1953 GMC OtherUp for sale is a 1953 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed truck. It was purchased as a small project but I never had the time, oney, r space to do it.
The truck is very sound. It shifts through ever gear solidly and the clutch doesn't slip what so ever. The Pneumatic 2 speed rear end shifts flawlessly as well. This truck is also equiped with working PTO. The engine also starts up every time without any struggle and idles wonderful for its age.
Overall the truck is extremely solid and that is why I purchased it. It is a fantastic truck to start off with and or keep it the same being that the small spots are nothing to even be concerned about. The cab corners are as solid as a rock. The floor is overall very solid except one spot next to the drivers feet. There is also one other small spot underneath the drivers side door bottom hinge. The Last spot I have spotted a little rust on the inner fender well of the left front fender. Other than that the truck is very solid and a great starting point for a project to keep it original. All lights work as well. From brake lights, aillights, urn signals, nd the dimmer switch.
I hate to get rid of this truck but I just do not have the time or money to do what I wanted to do. I purchased this truck for probably close to the same reason why you are looking at this truck. It is a solid and clean truck and you will not be disappointed with it. Any questions, lease feel free to message me.
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Chevrolet Advance Design
Main article: List of GM platforms
|Chevrolet Advance-Design Series|
|Manufacturer||Chevrolet (General Motors)|
|Body style||2-door truck|
2-door panel truck
2-door Station wagon (Suburban)
|Platform||GM A platform|
|Curb weight||4,598–7,985 lb (2,086–3,622 kg)|
|Predecessor||AK Series Pickup Truck|
|Successor||Task Force Series|
The Advance-Design is a light and medium duty truck series by Chevrolet, their first major redesign after WWII. Its GMC counterpart was the GMC New Design. It was billed as a larger, stronger, and sleeker design in comparison to the earlier AK Series. First available on Saturday, June 28, 1947, these trucks were sold with various minor changes over the years until March 25, 1955, when the Task Force Series trucks replaced the Advance-Design model.
The same basic design family was used for all of its trucks including the Suburban, panel trucks, canopy express, and cab overs. The cab overs used the same basic cab configuration and similar grille but used a shorter and taller hood and different fenders. The unique Cab Over fenders and hood required a custom cowl area which makes the Cab Over Engine cabs and normal truck cabs incompatible with one another while all truck cabs of all weights interchange.
From 1947 until 1955, Chevrolet trucks were number one in sales in the United States, with rebranded versions sold at GMC locations.
While General Motors used this front end sheet metal, and to a slightly lesser extent the cab, on all of its trucks except for the Cab Overs, there are three main sizes of this truck: the half-, three-quarter-, and full ton capacities in short and long wheelbase.
1947 - Gasoline tank filler neck on passenger side of bed. No vent windows in doors. Hood side emblems read "Chevrolet" with "Thriftmaster" or "Loadmaster" underneath. Serial numbers: EP ½ ton, ER ¾ ton, & ES 1 ton. Radios were first available in Chevrolet trucks as an "in dash" option on the "Advance-Design" body style.
1948 - Manual transmission shifter now mounted on column instead of floor. Serial numbers codes: FP ½ ton, FR ¾ ton, & FS 1 ton.
Early 1949 - Gasoline tank now mounted upright behind seat in cab; filler neck aft of passenger door handle. New serial number codes: GP ½ ton, GR ¾ ton, & GS 1 ton.
Late 1949 - Hood side emblems no longer read "Thriftmaster" or "Loadmaster", but are now numbers that designate cargo capacity: 3100 on ½ ton, 3600 on ¾ ton, 3800 on 1 ton. Serial number codes remain the same as on early 1949.
1950 - Telescopic shock absorbers replace lever-action type. Last year for driver's side cowl vent, its handle is now flat steel, not maroon knob as in previous years. New serial number codes: HP ½ ton, HR ¾ ton, & HS 1 ton.
1951 - Doors now have vent windows. Mid-year change from 9-board bed to 8 boards per bed. Last year for 80 MPH speedometer, chrome window handle knobs, and chrome wiper knob. New serial number codes: JP ½ ton, JR ¾ ton, & JS 1 ton.
1952 - Outer door handles are now push button type as opposed to the previous turn down style. Speedometer now reads to 90 mph and dashboard trim is painted instead of chrome. Mid-year, Chevrolet stops using the 3100-6400 designation on the hood and changes to maroon window and wiper knobs. New serial number codes: KP ½ ton, KR ¾ ton, & KS 1 ton.
1953 - Last year for the 216 in³inline-six. Hood side emblems now only read 3100, 3600, 3800, 4400, or 6400 in large print. Door post ID plate now blue with silver letters (previous models used black with silver letters). Last year to use wooden blocks as bed supports. New serial number codes: H ½ ton, J ¾ ton, & L 1 ton.
1954 - Only year for significant design changes. Windshield now curved one-piece glass without center vertical dividing strip. Revised steering wheel. Revised dashboard. Cargo bed rails, previously angled, now horizontal. Tail lights round instead of rectangular. Grille changed from five horizontal slats to crossbar design commonly referred to as a "bull nose" grille, similar to modern Dodge truck grille. Engine now 235 in³straight-6. Serial number codes unchanged from 1953. Hydramaticautomatic transmission is available for the first time as a paid for option.
1955 First Series - Similar to the 1954 model year, except redesigned hood-side emblems and modern open driveshaft in place of enclosed torque tube. Serial number codes unchanged from 1953 and 1954.
1948 Chevrolet Thriftmaster pickup truck
1951 Chevrolet Advance Design
1954 Chevrolet 3100 panel van
The GMC HC-Series is a medium/heavy-duty version of the Chevrolet Advance Design truck. The truck was mostly used as a semi-truck although smaller versions were also made and were available. The truck had a narrower hood and fenders compared to its lighter counterparts.
Air brakes were a feature included in this truck. The truck could carry 27,000 lb (12,000 kg) GVW or 55,000 lb (25,000 kg) GCW depending on the version of the truck. A Cab-over version based on the HC-Series was also produced, under the HF-Series name, although it was populary nicknamed the Cannonball, after a TV Series featuring it, until it was replaced by the GMC F/D "Crackerbox" truck.
With the truck proving to be very popular in the United States, the same "Advanced-Design" styling was used on other trucks, made overseas by General Motors's divisions, such as Opel and Vauxhall. The re-designed 1952 Opel Blitz was similar in appearance while Bedford Vehicles imported a Chevrolet Advance Design truck to study its design for their upcoming Bedford A-Type truck.
During the retro-craze of the 2000s, the design of the truck, was used for the Chevrolet SSR, and later for the Chevrolet HHRcrossover SUV, that lasted in production until 2012, finally ending the legacy of the Chevrolet Advance Design trucks.
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