When initially looking at this 1953 Chevy 150, it almost appears factory but it is far from it! This car comes from a 1 family garage with many memories made in it over the years. In the late 1990s, it was completely torn down to bare metal and custom fabricated by Dave Bovill of Omaha, Nebraska. The fit and finish of the custom work is outstanding and you wouldn't even know it was custom unless you are very familiar with 1953 Chevrolets. The flared fenders, rear quarter panels, soft top and custom front and rear bumpers with the continental kit are the most obvious changes. You can tell this body was carefully crafted by an artist as it is extremely straight and all door gaps line up nicely. The soft top and custom pin stripping set this Chevy apart from the rest in a unique way. The interior is done nicely with new seat upholstery and carpet. The dash finish is great and matches the Electric blue body paint perfectly. Factory speedometer and gauges with an added VDO coolant temp gauge. Not only do you get door popper controls on the key remote, but also underneath the gas cap are three buttons, one for each door and one for the trunk. The I6 and TH350 combo is buttery smooth when cruising around town and is a very reliable setup. Overall this 1953 Chevrolet is a beautiful, well done custom build that will turn heads and start conversations anywhere you take it.
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