Professionally built, this 5-window pickup features a chassis engineered by Streamline consisting of a 1968 Camaro sub-frame with Global West tubular upper and lower arms, quick ratio steering, 4-link rear suspension and 12-bolt rear end. It also has coilovers and QA1 adjustable shocks, Wilwood big-brake kit and Billet Specialties Bonneville rims. The 406ci small-block engine has a dress-up kit with 700R4 automatic transmission and Flowmaster exhaust. Interior features include Relicate leather, Vintage Air conditioning system, Dakota Digital gauges, Lokar shifter, and Clayton Machine Works door handles, window cranks and pedal assembly. The halogen headlights and Kindigit Design bar door handles are frenched in. Other exterior features include a custom rear bumper and a roll pan with fuel tank moved to underside of the bed. Multiple-award winner: Best paint, best interior and coolest '50s.
Designed especially for the classic truck market, Wheel Vintiques unveiled new original equipment-style steel wheels at the SEMA Show.
While we are in the middle of Scottsdale Auction Week and surrounded by all sorts of Ferrari’s and other rare expensive cars, its nice to see something simple.
A good old pickup truck seems like just the thing for a relaxed Labor Day weekend, so for today’s Pick of the Week, we have a sweet-looking 1954 Chevrolet 3100 that’s for sale.
Vintage racers took a spin around the Milwaukee Mile, which hosted its first race more than 100 years ago
Lehman Keen is best known for building Safari Porsche 911s, but before that he was a professional race car driver with a childhood that revolved around Porsches.
Bespoke vehicles loaded with homages to the famed marque’s past
This car moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it
The documentary was expected to premiere in August