This truck is very nicely done….It started as a very solid truck when the project started…As a matter of fact…It has all the original panels from 1956….Only one small patch….It’s pretty much stock underneath…But much nicer…The interior has a custom touch…Not over the top…But just right for this build…A great stance…A good wheel choice…This truck
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Studebaker is in trouble financially by 1955 and rather than go up against the big three, the company decides to try to undercut competition with the Scotsman, aimed at the budget minded consumer. The Scotsman lacks chrome trim and is basic transportation with few frills, but available in a full range of body styles, The
The tri-five Chevy’s are the Bel Air, 150, 210 and Nomad wagon. This line-up is on the same platform and manufactured for three years, from1955 through ’57. These have a distinct name because they are from a significant period of change in the mid-fifties, both for Chevy and the automobile industry. These cars are an about face from
The original FirePower Hemi has a bore of 3.815 inches and the stroke is 3.625 inches offering 331 cu in displacement from 1951 until 1955. The engine produces 180 bhp with the two barrel carter carburetor although for the ’55 model year the Chrysler C-300 is equipped with dual Carter WCFB four barrel carburetors. ©
I have to share this amazing story with you. While I was out working on the 1956/57 Napco trucks that I found last week, I stumbled upon this back lot that had 5 late 60s Mopars in various states. Here are the VINs in this Video and how they decode: WS23L9G242200 – 1969 Dodge Coronet
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