This 1952 Ford Milk Truck is a one-of-a-kind build by none other than Bill Carlton with Ektensive Metal Works. It appeared on Season 2 Episode 7 of the hit TV show Texas Metal. What once was a rust bucket was turned into this showstopping ride bringing it back to life.Its alluring orange metallic exterior was completed after countless hours of precise custom designed paint and body work. This Milk Truck was fabricated to its sleek appeal after nine separate coats of paint to give an exquisite look like one you have never seen. This truck rides on 26' Chrome American Force dually wheels. The innovative designed windows allow for a smooth and seamless finish.The interior of this build was customized with a charming brown beige suede wrapped throughout the door panels, headliner, dash, and carpet. For a more comfortable ride leather captain seats were installed with a matching leather steering wheel. The dash is equipped with Dakota Digital Gauges with an illuminating blue glow as well as yellow strip lighting throughout the interior. It would not be a true Texas build without a state-of-the-art Vintage Air System to with stand this Texas heat. Located within the interior is a custom-built wireless Bluetooth speaker system. A few detailed touches include a custom Lokar Shifter, Billet Specialties steering wheel, door lock poppers, and a custom steering column.Backed with 450+ Hp this beast is powered by a Ford 6.0 turbo diesel motor with a 6L80 automatic transmission. It sits on a custom-built frame with 4-Link Suspension that rides on a complete Air Ride System. It also has a large disk brake set up on front and rear with power steering.This unique piece of art is definitely one to add to any collection or garage. Set at a price with such a great deal you don't want to pass up. Own a one-of-a-kind build by Ektensive Metal Works that does not compare to any other truck you have ever seen.Contact us today to schedule your private viewing at (281) 463-4968.
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