R369,000.00

1942 Chevrolet Lumina Pick-up

Transmission : Manual
Mileage : N/A
Colour : Red

The Chevrolet AK Series truck is a light duty truck that was sold under the Chevrolet brand, with production starting in 1941 until 1947. It used the GM A platform, shared with the Chevrolet Deluxe. The noticeable difference being that the Chevrolet had vertical bars in the grille, while the GMC had horizontal bars.
The AK series signified a separation from previous Chevrolet products where the passenger cars and pickup trucks shared a common appearance, as demonstrated in the Chevrolet Master Trucks. The Chevrolet Deluxe was an all-new appearance when it was introduced in 1941 and shared much of its mechanicals with the third generation Chevrolet Suburban. The truck is considered the second real truck produced by General Motors since trucks preceding the Master trucks were completely car-based, and thus coupe utilities.

Introducing our pick-up, an older restoration which for a 1942 has in reason started to show her age as she is not fresh from last year. She is covered in an aged red, complemented with her black leather interior. She has been fitted with new BF Goodrich All-Terrain tyres to really assist you on the paths less travelled. On the mechanical side she is running, but she would appreciate a trip for a once over. She’s a matching numbers girl with her original straight 6 engine, which in today’s day and age is rare.

If you are looking for an old girl that almost ticks all the boxes and just needs the right new owner to get her to that level – then this girl is for you!

Location:
Road and Race Automotive, Cape Town
Contact:
Taylor – +27 (0) 64 350 1954
Marc – +27 (0) 82 322 9784
Antony – +27 (0) 74 456 4672
Landline – +27 (0) 21 200 5775

www.roadandrace.co.za


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Description

1942 Chevrolet Lumina Pick-up

Transmission : Manual
Mileage : N/A
Colour : Red

The Chevrolet AK Series truck is a light duty truck that was sold under the Chevrolet brand, with production starting in 1941 until 1947. It used the GM A platform, shared with the Chevrolet Deluxe. The noticeable difference being that the Chevrolet had vertical bars in the grille, while the GMC had horizontal bars.
The AK series signified a separation from previous Chevrolet products where the passenger cars and pickup trucks shared a common appearance, as demonstrated in the Chevrolet Master Trucks. The Chevrolet Deluxe was an all-new appearance when it was introduced in 1941 and shared much of its mechanicals with the third generation Chevrolet Suburban. The truck is considered the second real truck produced by General Motors since trucks preceding the Master trucks were completely car-based, and thus coupe utilities.

Introducing our pick-up, an older restoration which for a 1942 has in reason started to show her age as she is not fresh from last year. She is covered in an aged red, complemented with her black leather interior. She has been fitted with new BF Goodrich All-Terrain tyres to really assist you on the paths less travelled. On the mechanical side she is running, but she would appreciate a trip for a once over. She’s a matching numbers girl with her original straight 6 engine, which in today’s day and age is rare.

If you are looking for an old girl that almost ticks all the boxes and just needs the right new owner to get her to that level – then this girl is for you!

Location:
Road and Race Automotive, Cape Town
Contact:
Taylor – +27 (0) 64 350 1954
Marc – +27 (0) 82 322 9784
Antony – +27 (0) 74 456 4672
Landline – +27 (0) 21 200 5775

www.roadandrace.co.za