You instantly know this is like no other custom pickup you've seen
before. In fact, we be you're taking one look at this custom-built
1934 Ford pickup and dreaming about all the awards and attention it
will bring. Well, keep reading, because this 600hp bruiser only
The brown color feels like a tribute to the earthy rat rod culture that inspired this design, but the high gloss modern shine of the reveals the true nature of this truck. It's a custom build where no expense was spared and no compromises were taken to create the coolest street rod pickup around. The Model A grille has bolder industrial lights and great pinstriping on top. The cab has been chopped and streamlined so it looks like it could cheat the wind (there aren't even exposed door hinges.) Getting this truck impossibly low to the ground means channeling the cab over the frame and running the rear suspension OVER the new maple wood bed so all the world can see it. The finishing touch is keeping a set of the old school wire wheels and whitewalls so everyone understands how truly low you can go.
The interior has been just as carefully crafted to be comfortable without betraying the minimalist attitude (heck, the power windows are actually operated through the roll-up style-cranks!) The brown bench is built to have a durable appearance, but feels as good as a quality leather should. This matches the shift boot, door panels, carpet piping, and headliner to remind you just how much thoughtfulness went into this build. When you slip behind the wheel, you see the bit of flash provided by the machine-turned aluminum panel that houses the Stewart Warner gauges and the matching wraparound accent panel. This it true rodding fun as you grab the original Ford steering wheel and the ultra tall Gennie shifter.
We know you've been staring at that motor, and so will everyone else. It's a 454 cubic-inch Chevy V8 with a bored .30 over kit for a grand total of a monster 486 ci displacement. But that wasn't enough so there's an 8-71 Weiand Supercharger placed on top. Then get a six-pack of Stromberg carbs boldly sitting on top. That's how you produce 600 hp. But thanks to the shine of the supercharger, valve covers, Muroc stacks, and so much more, you might not be able to unleash the full force, because of the huge crowd this custom V8 instantly attracts. Then again, everyone will back away the moment you fire up the motor, and those straight pipes give a thunderous sound. It's good that you'll clear a path, because the TH400 three-speed automatic and Ford 9-inch rare are stout enough to handle all the power.
We've got all the details on what makes this the ultimate ground-hugging, bad boy custom build. We'll even show you the Street Rodder article that features this ultimate vintage pickup. So skip the time and effort it would take to build your dream truck, and just go right to the front of the car show. But remember this is one-of-a-kind, so when it's gone, there will never be another. Call today!!!