Offered for the first time here, is an all-steel, highly modified 1947 Hudson Pickup Show Rod, "Superwasp". Three years in fabrication, the truck has garnered the following awards: The featured vehicle at the 2012 Super Nationals in all of their event advertising. Best Paint, Best Custom & Best Truck at the Grand National Roadster Show. Won the Mother's Shine Award at SEMA and placed 2nd at the Long Beach Autorama for the Diamond Award. If you are seeking a museum and investment quality rod, you have located your vehicle.
Description: A stock 1947 Hudson Pickup was purchased in Salt Lake City, Utah and the project began. All modifications were completed in steel with some moldings and trim carved from solid brass or aluminum. (No fiberglass was used). The entire build including body mods, engine and specs, the drive-line, interior appointments plus all other aspects of this remarkable project, are explained in the video below from the Master Builder himself. The clip speaks volumes for the enormous amount of time, effort and creative craftsmanship comprised to design and fabricate this stunning example. Please click on the youtube video.
For additional information please phone Dave Henry at 805 705-4924.
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