This 1954 Chevy 3100 pickup truck was to built to be a powerful street machine that can roast the tires off under wide open throttle yet still be friendly enough for a cross country cruise!
Art Morrison GT Sport chassis is the basis for a refined balance of ride quality and handling. GM’s direct-injected, supercharged 650hp LT4 — one of GM'S most powerful factory engines ever to roll off of the showroom floor in cars like the Camaro ZL1 and Cadillac CTS-V — is yoked to GM’s equally sophisticated 8L90E eight speed automatic transmission.
A Strange 9 inch differential completes the drivetrain. Detroit Steel Wheel Company produced the 20 inch Artillery wheels, which are wrapped in Continental Extreme Contact Sport rubber.
Well insulated and custom upholstered, the interior appointments include a TMI bench seat, Dakota Digital RTX series bluetooth gauges, and Vintage Air heat and air conditioning.
The clean steel body of this cement grey classic features a shaved hood with satin black badges and trim.
This one of kind street machine is a joy to drive. See more @76_customs.