4610 Pet Lane
This 1957 Chevrolet 3100 restomod is a custom build truck with a sleek appearance, comfortable AC interior, upgraded suspension, overdrive transmission, and backed up by a killer big-block V8. It's a full custom presentation over every inch (just check out the undercarriage!) and there an awesome freshness to it all with only about 400 miles on the whole build.
A stepside Chevy Task Force pickup is always desirable, and the high quality custom build take this one up a notch. The Burnt Orange Metallic paint has an amazing look even from miles away, and the high gloss really radiates in sunshine to you get those softly rounded curves. But that is just a nice starting point; it takes a lot of planning and investment to get a custom classic looking as good as this one. Up front, the bumpers and headlight bezels were color matched and the badging was deleted. It makes smooth the billet style grille, clear headlights, and power bulge hood the true focal points for the first impression. And because they wanted an extra-sleek style, they even color matched the mirrors, smoothened the tailgate, and added a custom roll pan. With almost all details finished in orange, it really draws attention to remaining largest piece of brightwork: the 17 inch ARE alloy Torq Thrust wheels. So you really take note of the great stance. But as modern as this one gets, it still never loses that classic pickup style of real wood on the truck bed. Of course, this glossy lumber is just really there to help showcase all the trophies you're going to take home.
While the exterior is all about showing off power, the custom interior adds some comfort into the mix, too. You get supple leather bucket seats that are nicely bolstered for all-day comfort. The tan here coordinates with the custom door panels and headliner for a premium style. It's a thoughtful total package with the exterior orange returning on the dash and flowing to the custom center console. And speaking of center console, it integrates terrific modern conveniences. This includes, cold blowing R134a air conditioning, power windows, cup holders, a JVC AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input, and there's even a push-button start. The Grant sports steering wheel is on chrome a tilt column so that you can get comfy and a clear view to the full digital gauge package.
Grab your sunglasses before opening the hood, because this fresh and complete build made sure to invest big in the motor. It has the kind of presentation where we dare you to find another component that can be polished. And the tidy look of the metallic orange inner fenders even reflects the motor to almost double the shine. The callout on the valve cover tells you that beneath the flash is the substance of a 396 cubic-inch Chevy big block. So it's like having an SS396 truck! And just like a muscle car, there are plenty of go-fast goodies like an Edelbrock 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, and long tube headers that add even more power while contributing to the rumble of the X-pipe Flowmaster dual exhaust. It's big power, but this is a thoughtful total build. So you have nice extras, like the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive and an aluminum radiator to help keep this full package running cool. The undercarriage photos love to show off the full quality of this build. You'll also spot the upgraded front suspension and four-link rear with diagonal link and coilovers. When it's time to hit the road, the power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the grip of modern tires all really let you enjoy this restomod to the fullest.
Be the envy of every muscle car out there with a stout muscle truck. Don't let this big block fresh custom slip away, call today!!!
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