Once again the Advance-Design pickup truck were continued for 1952. Some changes were made but it was very hard to tell the ’51 Chevy trucks and the ’52 Chevy trucks apart.
On half ton trucks Chevy stopped using the 3100 trim on the hood with the Chevrolet name remaining. Also the outer door handles were now push button type as opposed to a turn down door handle used on the 1951 Chevy trucks. In addition the window and all dash knobs were changed to a maroon color, The speedometer recorded up to 90 miles per hour and the dash trim was painted instead of chrome plated.
Korean War material restrictions may have prompted some of these changes in the 1952 Chevrolet Trucks. About 250,000 1952 Chevrolet 3100 1/2 ton trucks were made.
1952 Chevrolet Trucks – Five Window
This awesome 1952 Chevrolet Five Window Truck has a House of Kolor Tangelo Pearl with a set of ghost flames. Features include a stock frame. 9 inch Ford rear end. Fatman Mustang II front suspension. Intro Vista custom wheels. 350 Chevy crate engine and a 700-R4 transmission and flow master mufflers. 1952 Chevrolet Trucks For Sale
1952 Chevrolet Trucks – 1952 Chevrolet 3100
A typical 1952 Chevrolet 3100 pickup truck as it came from the factory. As can be seen in this photo is the absents of the 3100 emblem under the Chevrolet name. These 1952 Chevrolet emblem were also removed from the three-quarter ton and full ton capacities in short and long wheelbase trucks for the production year 1952. Find 1952 Chevrolet truck wiring diagram Here!
1952 Chevrolet COE Truck With A 1952 Chevrolet Truck Engine
1952 Chevrolet pickup Cab Over Engine (COE) or cab forward is a body style of truck where the cab of the truck is sitting above the front axle. The COE trucks were usually built to comply with laws governing overall vehicle lengths. 1952 Chevrolet Truck Parts For Sale