How to Tell if a 1951 Chevrolet Truck Is a Three-Quarter Ton?

Answer The 1951 Chevy 3600, a three-quarter-ton pickup, featured a six-cylinder, 216-cubic-inch engine with three speeds. Because of the low gearing and the weight of the vehicle, the maximum speed was ar... Read More »

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How to Take Off the Door Molding From a Chevy Three Quarter Ton Truck?

The Chevrolet three-quarter-ton trucks--the Silverado 2500 series--come with a plastic molding that runs across the length of the truck, just above the lower bodyline. This is there to protect the ... Read More »

The History of 1951 Chevrolet Business Coupe?

Most car companies of the 1950s had a businessman's coupe, which was a car with a place to store equipment or items where the back seat would normally be. Chevrolet was no exception and 17,000 were... Read More »

How to Replace the Quarter Panels on a 1962 Chevrolet Impala?

The quarter panel (fender) on a 1962 Chevy Impala is the piece of the body that runs from the front doors to the front bumper on the right and left side of the Impala's frame. The 1962 Chevy Impala... Read More »

98 Chevrolet Truck Information?

In 1998, Chevrolet offered four different truck models. These range in size from a small pickup to a heavy-duty, full-sized truck. Options available in many models include single cab, extended cab ... Read More »