This complete frame-off custom build started with a silver
powder-coated chassis, shaved firewall and hood hinge valleys for
the pneumatic billet hinges. Tons of stainless and chrome adorn the
383ci stroker engine with Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection
and fuel pump mated to a Patriot 700R4 automatic transmission with
a Phase 2 performance package. Also features a silver powder-coated
Currie 9-inch posi-traction rear end with 3.73 gears, QA1 tubular
coilover front and rear suspension with Panhard bar and anti-sway
bar, Wilwood brakes with 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers
connected to a polished Wilwood master cylinder and proportioning
valve. Additionally, it has a stainless MagnaFlow exhaust system.
It has been finished in House of Kolor Tangerine with a flop in the
paint that creates many shades in every light. Halo headlamps with
clear white parking lights, a billet grille and Kindig hidden
chrome door handles that come with remote lock and unlock are among
other features. A red oak wood bed with hidden fasteners gives this
a smooth look to complete the exterior. To round out the build, the
interior features custom "cool" tan leather with a retro feel
featuring a billet dash, new glass, wiring harness, Marshall
gauges, Vintage Air climate-control system with the controls
mounted on a repurposed oak panel inlay with other oak inlays
throughout the interior, a Retro Bluetooth stereo with electronic
option. Rides on 20-inch Ridler wheels wrapped in Michelin Pro
1966 Chevrolet C10
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