This slammed restomod pickup has looks to kill, and the g0-fast parts to back it up.
Back in the mid 1950's, pickups started to shift from dedicated workhorses, to becoming more customer focused vehicles. It was the beginning of the pickup truck boom, this 1957 Chevrolet 3100 pickup has just under 1200 miles on the build, and is a great example from that era - this is no run-of-the-mill vehicle either. The details of this truck make it a very attractive find for those looking for a beautifully done restomod with some major kick.
This incredible build in built on a Roadster Shop Chassis, which allows for quite a bit of customization. Powering the 3100 is a blown LS2, built to impress. A D1SC ProCharger takes duty on the engine to elevate the total horsepower to 690 to the rear wheels. Backing the powerful forced induction engine is a T56 6-speed manual transmission. The drivetrain feeds into a beefy Moser 9-inch rear end with 31 spline axles - this rear is made to withstand heavy duty use and high-powered powertrains, making it a favorite of race car build.
On the inside, you’ll find custom aged, natural leather seats. Another addition to the interior is a set of Dakota Digital dash gauges give it a unique touch. It also has a tilt steering column to command control of the power steering system.
It rides on an updated suspension that employs an Air Lift performance air suspension, and gets its braking power from the upgraded disc brakes. Other highlights are the cold blowing air conditioning, and Riddler wheels.
If you’re looking for a turn-key restomod truck, this is one of the finest ones currently up for grabs. If it’s something else you’re looking for, make sure to check out the ad on MBP Motorcars.