“I am reducing my stable of seven cars. I bought this truck in 2014 and the restomod was mostly completed winter of 2014 - 2015. When I bought the truck it had a 350 Chevy engine (80's smog-hog - which I've replaced) and a turbo 350 transmission (which I've replaced) with (what I believe is) a '75 Camaro front clip, steering column and rear-end. This is a very solid truck and mechanically solid - regularly took this truck on ~500 mile road trips. The front fenders are fiberglass and the fender with the spare is a reproduction - I believe all of the rest of the sheet metal is original (I have the original fender but it doesn't accommodate spare. There is a dent under front door (see pictures) and a crack in hood (see picture). Although there is some surface rust beginning to show the undercarriage and sheet metal is solid. You can drive this truck comfortably anywhere and from 20 feet away it looks like a show truck. There is well over $40k invested in this truck....”
Some of the modifications to the truck include:2017 - New GM Performance 350 Crate Engine (https://www.summitracing.com/parts/nal-[hidden information]) was installed (about 8k miles on it)2015 - 720r Overdrive Transmission2019 - new exhaust2014 - 2015 Build:Tuxedo LoProQT Tonneau Cover, Heidts 4-Link SuspensionRally WheelsSplit Bench Leather Seats (taken out of new mini-van that was going thru conversion)Keyless EntryRaingear 2 Speed/Intermittent Windshield WipersCustom Auto Sound Concours Series (USA-630) StereoKenwood Sub-woofer, Kick-panel Speakers, Rear Bookshelf SpeakersElectric Engine FanOld Air Air Conditioner - HeaterWood Truck BedFront Disc Breaks
The truck had a fuel cell (with baffles) when I bought it. Again, the truck is very mechanically solid and can be driven long-distance. The body and frame is solid and look good from a distance...there would need to be light body work and a paint job to make this a show-truck. I've invested over $40k in this truck.