Nicknamed "The Warden," this professionally built custom 1956 big-window Chevrolet pickup was completed in late 2017, using only the finest materials and master craftsmanship, and has only test miles (mileage not indicated on the title) to ensure it is "factory-fresh" for its new owner. This truck is bathed in Chevrolet's Lime Rock Green Metallic paint, a deep dark green that complements the Ferrari black and saddle leather interior and Mercedes Benz Feintuft black carpet. The interior features all the modern conveniences one would expect, including Dakota Digital instruments, Vintage Air, RetroSound stereo, Ididit steering column and Billet Specialties steering wheel. Under the hood is a new GM Performance Parts hot-cammed 495hp LS3 engine featuring an impressive 473 ft/lbs of torque, Holley high-rise intake, LS7 headers, and custom Chevrolet valve covers all mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission for an outstanding look and performance. A custom fully-boxed chassis featuring an Art Morrison Enterprises C7 Corvette front end, C4 Corvette rear suspension, Dana 44 rear end, JRI triple-adjustable coilovers with reservoirs up front, Strange coilovers in the rear, and huge Baer 6-piston brakes featuring 14" drilled and slotted rotors at all four corners gives this pickup an aggressive stance, as well as excellent handling and stopping power. It rides on a set of 20" Boyd Coddington wheels wrapped in Pirelli PZero Nero tires that are well-positioned in the wheel openings to enhance the truck's already aggressive stance. Black Oracle headlights, LED taillights, a custom ash wood bed with Chevy Bowtie embossed front bed panel and tailgate, black powder-coated chassis with raw aluminum finished suspension components, Eddie Motorsport hood hinges, LizardSkin ceramic insulation and sound control, stainless-steel radiator hoses and custom dual exhaust finish off this menacing-looking and sounding pickup.