Jet Black all steel 1951 Chevrolet 3100 pickup. New rebuilt small journal 327, 327 steel crank, flat tappet cam “comp cams 292 d 507 lift.” forged pistons, 10:5:1 compression, 202 camel hump heads, Crane roller tip rockers, ARP Head studs, comp valvetrain, Demon 650 Carburetor electric choke, Script Ball Mill design SBC Chevy engine dress up kit, electric fan, ceramic coated Huger Headers, new full dual exhaust system with glasspack mufflers, great sounding. We have installed a Power rack and pinion, making the steering effortless,Tubular Upper & Lower Control Arms, IFS front suspension, 4 wheel 11” drilled and slotted disc brakes. New brake system, lines, booster,master cylinder,fluid. New fuel system, sending unit, lines, electric pump, hoses. New Gm 10 bolt with detroit locker, 3.73 ratio, (we can change out the gear ratio to your liking) New balance drive line. New rebuilt turbo 350, 2500 stall, shift kit, all new internals, lokar shifter with reverse camera switch. Coker wide white tires on staggered chrome steel’s New Base coat clear coat, Jet black. Beautiful body panel, fenders, Hood, bedrails, cab etc. No rust issue, truck was complete and running when I purchased it, paying more then need considering we were completely going through this truck. A little higher costs for me up front initially, but because truck was in such solid shape from the start, the finished product is now proof to me, that my additional cost at the beginning saved time off our build and a higher end product. Money well spent. Body was very solid and straight with only a small rust repair spot on lower firewall as seen in videos and pictures. Very little body filler was need in the final bodywork process, as seen in my photos. Truck was fully disassembled and each part removed and sprayed separately giving the best uniform finish Frame was completely sanded and coated. Mustang 2 independent front suspension was added at this time, IFS. This kit is a complete weld in kit that does not requires the frame to be cut off in the front section. Only the stock engine cross member had to be removed, instead of the more common way of, welding in a complete front clip of another car and cutting off front half of the stock frame.
Arlington, Washington, United States