Truck professionally built by Outlaw Kustoms Inc.
Multiple best of show award winning truck
Recognized and awarded best of show By Dave Kindig-it of Kindig-it designs
Recognized and awarded best paint by Ryan of Counts Customs (Las Vegas Navada)
Awarded Builders Choice top 100 Good guys 2013 Southwest Nationals
Featured in Rod Authority online magazine August 2014
New Brookeville replacement body panels, (new all steel ’32 grille, hood, firewall, cowl, doors, fenders, running boards etc.) Gloss black base coat clear coat shot with BASF products. Over 1000 Hours of body fabrication. Tig welded top cowl cover, cowl and windshield posts. Chopped windshield sanctions and windshield. Shaved doors with trique bear claw latches. Handmade removable convertible top with Mercedes black canvas. Original pick-up bed, shortened 8” Custom Metal (simulated wood), Hydro-dipped floor (burlwood) . Bedwoods polished hidden bed strips. Custom one off running boards. Handmade rear bumper and front spreader bar. Tig welded tailgate and CNC machined accent trim. Handmade tail lights. Custom Roll pan. New 350 Chevy with TPI fuel injection system with S&P wiring harness and computer. Power master high output alternator and starter. All polished intake and large intake runners. Tru-Ram stainless steel headers. All chrome Synergy suspension motor mounts and transmission mount. A/C and heating. Restomod air components. New 700R4 transmission electronically controlled. Spin balanced driveline. Components used in completion of build:
Gloss black powder coated TCI Engineering frame, 4” all chrome dropped axle, chrome hairpins, Ride Tech front shocks, Pete and Jakes front steering dampener, Wilwood polished 4 piston front brakes and Unisteer manual steering rack. New Currie Ford 9” rear end with OTB housing cover and 3.72 rear gears. Ride Tech Chrome coil over rear and polished stainless rear 4 link. Wheel Smith smoothies and Diamond Back black wall smoothie tires (lettering removed). Corvette chrome master cylinder, brake reservoir and OTB Filler Res on firewall. Custom 2-1/2” exhaust (Cerakoted Silver) and Magnaflow stainless mufflers. US Radiators ‘32 style radiator with custom fan shroud and 2800 CFM Spawl 16” cooling fan. Complete truck wired with American Auto wire harness and components. Tanks Inc gas tank, Crafty B aircraft cap and fuel sender cover. In tank fuel pump and polished fuel lines. Limeworks polished custom automatic shifter on the column with a 1955 Porsch banjo steering wheel. All polished stainless Borgeson u-joints and steering components. Handmade leather wrapped brown seat and door panels. Secret Audio hidden stereo and Massive auto speakers and components.
Clayton Machine works pedals, door openers and dash knobs. Stewart Warner vintage black gauges and Crafty B dash bezels. Trique manufacturing A/C vents and interior lights. Hagen Fatty mirrors and rear view mirror.
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