The trunk lid was removed, and the trunk area was filled with a permanently-mounted pick-up bed. This 5-foot long bed included wood planks, metal strips, sides, and a tailgate much like the larger Chevrolet ½ ton pickup, minus the Chevrolet script. The bed extended out of the trunk, and was flush with the rear bumper. Step pads were added to the rear bumper as well, so getting in and out of the bed was easier. Finally, the Standard coupe rear leaf springs were replaced with heavier-duty springs taken from the sedan.
When the dust settled, there were only 3,183 Standard coupe pickups made. Currently, there are less than 10 known vehicles that exist today, and we’re told that only three of them are considered to be in original/restorable condition.