Description: Powered by Chevrolet's venerable 207 cubic inch inline six known as the "cast-iron wonder", Chevrolet trucks remained relatively unchanged for 1936 with the exception of a few design changes that netted slight increases in horsepower and torque, from 68.5 to 72 and 150 to 155, respectively, along with the addition of a fully hydraulic braking system for safety. Built for work, these early Chevrolet pickups, although Spartan, were reliable and affordable, and set the standard for work trucks upon their debut. This 1936 Chevrolet Master pickup truck has undergone a complete frame-off restoration and features an all steel body that has been redone in dark blue, while the fenders and running boards have been repainted black for a subtle two-tone contrast. Under the hood, the 207ci inline 6-cylinder engine is clean and nicely detailed and is likely original, as evidenced by its date stamping of April 22, 1936, along with its 1936-only casting number of 836010. Additionally, the original Delco-Remy 645T distributor is 1936-only, and the 738G Delco-Remy starter is correct for 1934-1936 Chevrolet engines which indicate that the engine is most probably original to the truck. Mated to a 3-speed manual transmission, the engine starts easily and runs well and the original transmission makes hauling cargo effortless with the low first gear. Inside the cab, the interior is battleship gray with a gray fabric headliner, while the seat has been reupholstered in brown vinyl. The steering wheel and shift knob appear original and the dashboard houses the original speedometer and gauges that show fuel, oil pressure, water temperature, and amps. Other interior features include knobs for the throttle and choke while a fresh air vent under the dash and a "safari" windshield to keep things cool inside the cab. The truck rides on a set of Sears Allstate Safety Tread 5.25/5.50-17 wide whitewall tires mounted on a set of dark red wire wheels with Chevrolet logo hubcaps with a matching spare on the passenger side running board. Out back, the bed has been refinished with oak slats, and hand-painted side rails have been added to give the truck a vintage look while other exterior features include original Chevrolet Twilight headlights, and a pair of accessory amber fog lights. Overall, this '36 pickup shows nicely and is a nice example of a working class of Chevrolet vehicles that were often in service until they were completely worn out. This truck has been restored very nicely with a few custom touches to give it a little bit more style but also with great consideration for its originality and the result is a true survivor that would be a great addition to any collection. Please note: this vehicle has an Arizona-assigned VIN number.