This 1959 Chevrolet Apache has a terrific hot rod style everywhere
from the flame-kissed hood to the potent small block underneath it.
But more than just a street machine, as you dig deeper, you'll
discover a well-done all-around cruiser.
This truck has a pure hot rod style in its first impression. After
all, we truly call matte black paint "Hot Rod Black." And while the
finish has the intimidating look of a truck that does battle on the
streets, that's not even the meanest part of the appearance. The
flat black makes for a great canvas to showcase the glossy flames
that consume the front end in a yellow-hot fire before dissipating
to red and blue as they burn down the side. It sets the tone right
for the lowered stance, big side-exit exhaust pipes, and extra
meaty rear tires. But while this truck is aggressive, it's also
still a true classic. That's why the special Apache front end is
still one in classic brightwork, and you have a real wood truck bed
that still can pull real truck duty. So this is absolutely custom
and absolutely vintage at the same time.
The black returns inside, and all the bold red on the seat,
carpeting, and dash feel like an extension of the exterior flames.
There's some added comfort with a fold-down armrest just for you,
and an AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth to keep everyone entertained.
And this one also loves to show off its performance with a sports
steering wheel on a tilt column, Hurst floor shifter, and a full
set of crisp/clear gauges with a separate tach.
The gold air grabber and bright red valve covers under the hood
have more of that cool flame-style appeal. But what you'll love is
the substance in the engine bay. You're looking at a 400 cubic-inch
V8, which was the largest factory small block offered. It's
upgraded with aluminum heads, a Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor,
Procomp mid-rise intake, HEI electronic ignition, and long tube
headers. And it's also supported by good pieces, like the Optima
red top battery and aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The mild cam
is great for added performance and growl from the dual exhaust. And
when you really want to bring the thunder, there are also cutouts.
The suspension has been upgraded with a Camaro independent front
end and coilovers in the rear. You also have power steering, front
disc brakes, and a three-speed automatic transmission for good
This is the classic Apache pickup upgraded for plenty of more
attitude and power. It's all the distinction you want, and it's
ready to run right now. Call today!!!