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Reserve Removed: Rust Bros Restorations 1957 GMC Pickup

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Winning Bid: $38,800 (USD) by: Gary13

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Chassis/VIN:

79324602332

Location:

North Vancouver, British Columbia

Odometer:

0 (Mi)

Lot Number:

8275843

Engine:

350ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

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Winning Bid: $38,800 (USD) by: Gary13

Auction Type:  No Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

79324602332

Location:

North Vancouver, British Columbia

Odometer:

0 (Mi)

Lot Number:

8275843

Engine:

350ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

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Vehicle Story

This 1957 GMC Pickup is the product of a frame-off restoration with over 1,000 man-hours worth of labor invested, a process which was documented on Season 3, Episode 3 of Rust Valley Restorers on HISTORY Canada. Designed by the father and son Rust Bros Restorations team of Mike and Connor Hall, 300 horsepower comes from a rebuilt 350ci small-block Chevrolet V8 bolted to an automatic transmission. Custom touches include rear-hinged doors, oakwood planks lining the bed, a center console, and hidden tailgate latches, among more details below. Finished in Snapper Blue with ghost flames on the front end over a black interior, this 1957 GMC pickup is accompanied by a Rust Brothers Restorations certificate of authenticity and the winner of the auction will be given the opportunity to meet the cast of Rust Valley Restorers.

This GMC Pickup is from the marque's Blue Chip Series line, which is based on the Chevrolet Task Force, and this example is the result of a frame-off restoration with more than 1,000 hours of labor invested. The exterior is finished in high-viscosity Snapper Blue paint with ghost flames present on the front clip. 1957 was the final year for the open hood design which features an integrated GMC logo above the grille, and the Dagmar front bumper. The step-side bed was common equipment during this period on most Chevrolet and GMC truck models with the exception of a handful of variants, and the body of this example is contrasted by black trim for the grille, headlight surrounds, and elsewhere, while the rear bumper is chrome, and the front is color-matched. A Magnaflow exhaust system with dual polished tips exits at the rear.

The 89" bed is lined with light stained oakwood planks and stainless steel runners. Black five-lug wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich Radial T/A black sidewall tires are mounted all around.

The cab contains a bench seat wearing black upholstery and is fitted with lap belts, while the door panels and headliner are light grey. Doors are rear-hinged, and windows are operated by crank.

A custom center console housing a B&M shifter is fitted and the instrument panel houses a 100-mph speedometer and smaller gauges for fuel level, oil pressure, water temp, and voltage. An aftermarket tachometer is secured to the steering column with a hose clamp and viewed through a three-spoke steering wheel.

The engine is described as a rebuilt 350ci small-block Chevrolet V8 with an output of 300 horsepower thanks to Edelbrock Racing parts such as an intake manifold, carburetor, and air cleaner assembly. An automatic transmission was fitted as part of the restoration and translates power to the rear axle.

This 1957 GMC pickup comes with a Rust Brothers Restorations certificate of authenticity and the opportunity to meet the cast of Rust Valley Restorers.

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Comments & Questions

June 11, 2021
09:01 AM

Beautiful build! Does it have a Canadian or US title and if US what state?

June 11, 2021
08:48 AM

I know listing says zero miles, but can you tell me what odometer reads? Covering this for a magazine.

June 10, 2021
04:52 PM

@IdahoSlim – Was this restoration on your show. If so what season and episode ?? Thanks ...

The build was shown on season 3, episode 3 of Rust Valley Restorers on HISTORY Canada

June 10, 2021
10:42 AM

Was this restoration on your show. If so what season and episode ?? Thanks

June 09, 2021
02:14 PM
Seller

@Rickyb – Is there any other way to open the doors besides kneeling down to reach underneath the truck? Great work, she is a beauty! ...

Hey!!! Yes you will get a key fob that electronically opens the doors as well!! Easily pop open!!!

June 09, 2021
11:56 AM

Is there any other way to open the doors besides kneeling down to reach underneath the truck? Great work, she is a beauty!

June 07, 2021
08:46 AM

@Alfredo – Does a winning bid included transportation arrangements to the domicile of the winner? ...

Thank you for your inquiry, transportation is the responsibility of the buyer. If you have any questions please feel free to call AutoHunter Support at (480)845-6600.

June 06, 2021
09:39 AM

Does a winning bid included transportation arrangements to the domicile of the winner?

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