- 8 Cylinder
- Chevrolet Pro Street
- Two Door
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- 2 wheel drive
1952 Chevy Fat Fendered Truck PRO STREET
540 CI Arias Hemi V-8 produces 980 HP
Hilborn Bug Catcher grabs the air forcing it into the Hilborn injection system .
Littlefield 8-71 Super Charger
Slick Bed floor, steel panels, pair of unique rear wheeltubs were fabricated from a pair of 1952 chevy pickup rear fenders that were cut just above the wheel openings, creating a very smooth round tub.
Boxed framerails and added triangulated supports creating additional strength and rigidty to the frame. The front suspension consists of a air ride system and shocks that allows the front fenders to ground out. A Scott power steering rack makes for effortless left and right turns. A pair of Wilwood brakes with 14 inch rotors and dual piston calipers are responsible for decelerating the front rotating mass of the American Racing polished aluminum Torque Thrust ll 15x7 inch wheels and 26x7.50x15 Mickey Thompson tires. A Ford 9 inch rearend was suspended by a Chassis Engineering four-link system and Panhard bar with a pair of QA1 coilover adjustable shocks. The rear American Racing 15x15 inch wheels are wrapped in massive 33x16.50x15 Mickey Thompson Sports msan rubber. The huge Mickey Thompson meats are stopped with a pair of stainless steel disc brakes.This truck is set up with Vintage Air but the compressor is currently not hooked up.
Arias 540 ci cast iron Chevy block with a pair of trick aluminum Arias Hemi cylinder heads develops incredible torque and power.
Arias engine fitted with a Littlefield 8-71 supercharger and a Hilborn EFI system. An all-MSD electronic ignition system, coil, distributor and ignition wires supply the required electrical charge to ignite and provide continuous electrical current to the spark plugs. Stainless Works supplied a pair of 2.5 inch diameter stainless steel zoomie headers that produce the neck snapping torque, power and unique cackling thunder. The mighty Arias engine backs up to a GM 400 that has been upgraded and hooked up to a B&M 3,500 rpm stall torque convertor. Optima battery was located underneath the rear fender.
Travis Dalton beautifully painted the flames. Profile was altered by lowering the cabs roof line 4 inches and the hood was pie-cut 1.5 inches in the front to achieve the sloped nose. Due to the 4 inch chop of the roof, it laid the windshield A-pillar back 12 degrees. A bichin Products floorplan. To continue the smooth look, it was shaved, filled and smoothed on the door handles . A pair of frenched Hagen crystalline headlights flanked the blackened grille. The taillights were borrowed from a 1939 ford pickup. A 15 gallon summit racing fuel cell was located in between the framerails unique wheel tubs . It was also used a pair of 1952 Chevy pickup rear fenders that were cut just above the wheel openings then laid flat in the bed. A chromed Mooneyes fuel tank was mounted in front of the black to grille to be used as a radiator overflow tank. Painted with PPG black and tint of PPG dark green for depth. The bottom of the bed floor is airbrushed to resemble a wood look.
Custom red leather bench seat, door panels, and cab rear panel. Stock painted dash filled with Classic Engineering white face gauges. Flaming River steering column is capped with Flaming River black leather wrapped steering wheel. Hush Mat sound deadening material laid down before the red carpet and floor mounted billet aluminum B&M pistol grip ratchet shifter. LoKar billet aluminum pedal assembly .
Car is SOLD AS IS, where is with NO written or implied warranty.
All funds must clear first before possession of car. Prefer bank check or cash.
possible shipping, please call to discuss. Any questions call Eric 216-990-2493