1936 Chevy Truck
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1936 Chevy Truck
channeled 6 inches over a custom "Suicide Low-Blow Chassis" built by Mac's Ratz in Red Oak, Iowa. Power is served up by a 1967 Corvette 327 with double hump heads, built with 9.2:1 flattops, Comp Cams Mutha Thumpr series hydraulic cam and a Vintage Speed 3 deuce setup on a vintage Tarantula TM-1 single plane intake. Headers are stock Speedway fender well units with a one-off muffler and turnout combo. 1930 Packard headlights sit low along side the 1933 passenger car grill shell, and behind friction shocks and a spring behind setup from Speedway. A gm 350 trans with a 2400 B&M stall converter mate up to a Chevy 10 bolt rear axle. The 3 foot custom bed, also built by Rick at Mac's in Red Oak Iowa, are adorned with WWII Vintage NOS B-29 wing marker lights for stop and turn signals. American Racing Torque Thrust D 15x10's and 15x4.5's roll with a four disk power brake setup. The interior was sewn by Jim Stanley also in Red Oak, Iowa. Gauges are from New Vintage. Cudo's for the paint go to Gary Brown at his Custom Restorations shop in Jacksonville Florida. Covered in Dupont Centauri, the body and bed are a suede brown accented by gloss black with maroon stripes on the body features, firewall and chassis. The owner contributed final body preparation, assembly, mechanical and electrical wiring and setup, the oak and aluminum bed floor and many hours in Gary Brown's shop in Florida.
NOTE: Ramp folded and scratched the left door when loading it last. I have a quote for $750 to fix it. If bought as is, truck will be sold for $19,900 to move quick!