There’s nothing Seahawks fans love more than boasting their 12th man “pride.” Almost every Seahawks tailgate we come across pays homage to that moniker, and that sentiment stays true with this 1936 Chevy truck.
For sale is a 1936 Chevy Truck, Chop Top, and Channeled. Complete Custom build 1936 Chevy short Cab, thousands of hours spent on body work alone. The exhaust features include: flow masters 40s and electric cut outs allowing you with a push of a button to run open pipes. Includes a DC 5,000 air compressor that will fill the tank in less than one minute.
Brand new semi flat metallic electric blue paint. Custom Seahawk 12th Man Garage logo graphics and feathers. This truck will turn heads everywhere it goes and is a best of show winner in its first car show; a proven trophy winner. Engine 350 four bolt main mated to a Turbo 350 transmission. This truck can be driven anywhere and safely driven in speeds of excess of 100 MPH. Vintage 1936 WA plates and collector registration with no tabs needed. Alpine stereo and front opening window.
I’m thinking Seahawks fans can do better than this, to be honest. Dropping close to $20,000 on a pickup truck from the 1930’s is obviously a horrendous investment. Factor in that the truck has been lowered to the point where it can only drive on flatland is another problem.
If you must have something classic, inquire on the Rambler classic we posted a couple weeks ago.