The Color: Crocus (1950 Cadillac) Cream, base/coat, clear/coat
The Engine: 1985 Corvette Tuned Port Injection
The Transmission: 1985 Corvette Automatic with overdrive floor shift with Lokar shifter
The Differential:1985 Corvette independent with 3.07:1 gear ratio
The front Suspension: 1985 Corvette independent
The Interior: Wild Berry finished in custom stitched and embroidered Ostrich print leather throughout including, power bucket seat, door panel, headliner, kick panels, and tie-in trim.
VDO instruments within a billet aluminum panel
Lighted shift quadrant
Power 4 wheel disc brakes
After market stereo
Power door locks
Tilt steering column with vintage banjo style steering wheel
Thermostatically controlled cooling system fan
Polished oak bed wood with painted strips to match the truck
Custom bed front panel and fully functional tailgate
All lighting, and accessories work on the truck
15” Weld brand slotted wheels with BF Goodrich Radial T/A's
Dual exhaust with chrome slash-cut tips
Clean, Clean, Clean might be the best three words to describe this amazing 1938 Chevy Truck. The light cream colored base/clear paint gleams, and with just a touch of subtle red pin-stripping that plays off of the interior, and nice chrome badges on the engine side panels, this truck makes a subtle yet bold statement of Hotrod cleanliness.
The interior is finished off in a soft red leather ostrich print that gives the cabin a very upscale appearance. Nice gauge package, well placed controls, and very comfortable seating make this truck truly outstanding and fun to drive. You can drive this truck anywhere, anytime as it has a very reliable and strong engine and drive-train, and fully independent suspension. I might go so far as to say, you probably won't want to get out if it. A very unique truck with some styling ques that add to the enjoyment, and eye appeal of the truck, such as frenched-in tail and reverse lights, the “waffle” tailgate and front bed panel, to the perfect stance this truck has just to name a few.
The under carriage components are all painted the same as the exterior of the truck in the soft cream color. Make no mistake, this truck was built by a professional Hotrod shop in the Phoenix area, and I have to say they did a fantastic job. The truck is all metal save for the rear fenders, and has traveled 12,875 miles since it's build completion.
If your considering a classic truck, and reliability, performance, excellent braking ability, comfort, high quality workmanship, well accessorized, fun and easy to drive, tick all of your boxes, this could be the truck you're dreaming of.