This slammed truck isn’t your grandpa’s junk hauler.
Some custom builds are so wild, people just can’t help but be amazed by them. That’s certainly the case with this 1993 Chevrolet 1500 Custom, which has plenty of unique elements. It boasts some pretty serious performance, starting with a lowered ride height and a blown engine.
To start off, you can see this Chevy truck has been lowered. The bed is tubbed to accommodate that lowered stance, something which isn’t exactly cheap, so you don’t have to take on the expense. While there are custom dually fenders in the rear, there aren’t four wheels on the axle. Instead, you get two huge 23x18.50 Mickey Thompson Sportsman tires wrapped around 15-inch Weld Racing wheels. Those fat tires are completely necessary to handle the big power this truck makes.
Underneath the fiber glass cowl induction hood is a supercharged 5.7-liter V8. A twin-screw Auto Rotor supercharger and cold air intake feed plenty of oxygen to the cylinders, making for a bigger burn and more power. Front power disc brakes have been added, balancing out that power boost.
There are plenty of other cool details added to this truck. The sinister black paint is offset by silver accents on the lower panels. A billet grille up front adds some durability and a more customized appearance. Corvette taillights and a shaved rear bumper make a strong statement as you dust cars with all that power. The front tires are fitted on 16-inch Weld Racing wheels. A customized Chevy Lightning bowtie is a nice detail.
You also enjoy a nice interior with a leather bench seat. A GT Grant steering wheel and Rockford Fosgate radio with Bluetooth, plus a Bazooka subwoofer under the rear bench seat increase the comfort level further.
While quite a few 1993 Chevy trucks have survived, none look like this one. Adrenalin Motors is offering this completely unique pickup truck.