One of a kind full custom build from famed restomod artist Jeff Hayes at American speed shop in Indiana. Jeff’s shop has a two year waiting list. This commission built truck has every last detail done to perfection.
Starting with an original BIG back glass truck found in Northern California, it was media blasted and any imperfections were fixed with metal. The gaps are matched perfect and sprayed with a gun metal silver paint. The bed is oak and finished with marine grade seal and all polished stainless hardware. Fuel cap is tucked neatly in the center. Front grill is hand made along with entire engine bay panels to hide all wires and hardware.
Chassis was fully rebuilt also, they ditched the front suspension for a Monte Carlo style for a better ride. Rear suspension is full custom TCI kit. It was then outfitted with CCI brakes, Chip Foose wheels, and wrapped in nitto tires.
LS3 engine has 6.2 liter displacement and around 525 HP. The automatic transmission is a 4L60E equipped with hand built shifter.
Interior is a work of art, the metal was coated with a satin red. While the seat and headliner are covered with a matching shade of red. Custom carpet and rugs finish the look. Classic Instruments built the gauges and Vintage Air took care of the heating and cooling. Modern stereo brings the music.
This truck is a true show piece and will stop you in your tracks.
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We’ve seen people who use fingerprints to unlock their cell phones. We’ve also seen Jeeps with printed-on-vinyl topographic maps wrapped on their hoods. And now Porsche — you read that correctly — Porsche is offering to put your fingerprint on the hood of your sports car. “A Porsche as personal as your own fingerprint,” the […]
Carlisle Events reports more than 30,000 people in attendance for its Winter AutoFest Lakeland 2020 held this past weekend at the Sun n’ Fun Expo Campus in central Florida. “Carlisle Events took what were literally cars in a field in rural Florida in 2012 and with the support of car clubs, vendors, enthusiasts and more, […]
Honda is unlikely to launch a new S2000, but the automaker is working to keep existing cars on the road longer. A decade after the S2000 went out of production, Honda will start making new parts for the sports car. First spotted by Motor Trend on Honda’s Japanese-language website, the parts catalog will launch in June. Honda hasn’t […]
This ClassicCars.com Marketplace featured listing is a 1998 Porsche 911 Carrera S for sale in Burbank, California. The Carrera S is one of the most-valuable 993 trims and commands higher prices. In North America during the entire 993 series production, the Carrera S was only manufactured during the 1997 model year, with a very brief […]
I first met Clive Cussler in 1999 at a book signing. We ended up hanging out after the signing, discussing cars and the car hobby. I mentioned that I had always wanted to try SCUBA diving. He said that I needed to get certified as a diver and that he was sure I would love […]