As the title implies, I have a 1957 Chevy 3100. This is about as close to one of those proverbial “barn finds” as I believe I’ll get. This truck was in storage for the 25 years prior to me purchasing it. Currently, it does not run. It has a 350 engine and a 350 turbo transmission with a shift kit. The body, glass, and trim pieces are all original. The guy I bought it from, his dad bought the truck in the early 1980s (from the original owner) with the intent of driving it and restoring it a little at a time. He drove it for a couple of years and then parked it… with plans to work on it when he got around to it. Well, he never got around to it and it has moved between his two sons in recent years. Both had the same intentions of getting around to redoing the truck, but never have. The body is solid and has pretty much only surface rust on the undercarriage, suspension, and chrome (which is all original). The window moldings are cracked and leaking, but what do you expect as they are the ones it came with when it first rolled off the assembly line.My intentions were to totally dismantle the truck and build it from the frame up. I started doing just that. I pulled out the 3 beds, yes 3 beds. The original wood bed was still in it. However, they put a piece of metal in the bed, welded it on all sides, then build a wooden frame and nailed in tongue and groove planks that you would put in your house. Getting all 3 of those beds out was a PITA. After that, I got some stuff, sprayed the frame, stopped and killed the rust.That is pretty much where I stopped. Not for lack of interest, but for an accident and resulting injury. I am healed up some now and started to see about working on the truck again, but as I do anything it is causing me some pain and discomfort. Thus the reason I am posting here. To see if there is any interest in purchasing and taking on the restoration project. The first few pics are when I picked it up. That is not waves or damage along the side. It is a ladder the guy had laying on the floor. The next are after I moved it home.