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Custom WD-40 '51 Chevrolet 3100 Goes to Auction to Benefit SEMA Cares

By Ashley Reyes

Bids are now being accepted for the custom ’51 Chevrolet 3100 sponsored by WD-40 on the Bring A Trailer (BaT) website until March 7.

Place a bid to own this SEMA Show truck built in partnership with WD-40 and Trad Ronfeldt (crew chief to seven-time Pro-4 off-road racing champion Kyle LeDuc). The full sale amount from this auction, including the BaT buyer’s fee, will be donated to Childhelp—a SEMA Cares charity dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse.

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The custom ’51 Chevrolet 3100 is powered by a fuel-injected 383ci Chevrolet stroker V8 that is paired with a four-speed automatic transmission and drives four rear wheels on a custom Currie dually rear axle.

The truck is powered by a fuel-injected 383ci Chevrolet stroker V8 that is paired with a four-speed automatic transmission and drives four rear wheels on a custom Currie dually rear axle. Finished in yellow with simulated patina, the build also features a custom utility bed with three tool compartments on each side, a dropped front axle with power-assisted disc brakes, a four-link coilover rear suspension setup, a Holley Sniper EFI system, MagnaFlow dual side-exit exhaust, distressed leather upholstery, Dakota Digital RTX gauges and an MTX sound system.

To learn more about the build, watch this video and place your bid before the auction ends on March 7.