1951 Chevrolet Custom Pickup with extensive body modifications

This truck features an all metal one piece body with a custom fabricated bed, molded in rear fenders that have been reshaped to fit 275/18 tires. Custom fabricated running boards with allowance for lake pipes, molded in front fenders, Hagan Frenched headlight kit, custom built rear frame, posi differential, Mustang II front suspension with 11″ discs, power rack & pinion steering, coil spring rear suspension, 4 wheel disc brakes, shaved door handles, set up for Chevrolet motor, etc. No rust. The custom built frame allows the truck to sit 4 1/2″ from the ground at ride height and 1″ off of the ground if air ride is installed. That’s 2″ lower than an Art Morrison or equivalent frame will allow.

This truck is a great start but it does need to be completed. There has been an excess of $20,000 spent in labour to bring it to this point. This vehicle is undoubtedly one of the most unique works of art in the Lower Mainland, British Columbia.