614 E. Auto Center Dr.
The truck you've always wanted to build is ready to hit the road or trail today. This takes a 1958 Chevrolet Cameo body and puts it on a 1957 GMC chassis and upgrades it all to a tall 4x4. And there's plenty of V8 power to move it all.
This truck knows how to instantly announce it's something different. The '58 Chevy design is one of the most distinctive trucks around, and the sleek bed of the Cameo follows the well-creased bodyline to give this the same kind of stylish detail you'd almost expect in a car. These even have tailfins! But what the original Cameos were done for style, this one is also about ruggedness. The bumpers and grille are covered in a durable liner paint that also make a nice contrast to the glossy red on the body. The black also coordinates with the 18-inch wheels, side steps, and trailer hitch mount for an almost two-tone feeling. Even the truck bed is finished in red and black, and it's lined for rugged duty.
Inside is more of that great red and black. The two-tone is intertwined on the dash, door panels, and seats for a uniform total package. There are some nice features, like the desirable big black window cab that really gives off a nice airy atmosphere. But what you'll really like the most is how this is built to be driven. The grippy three-spoke steering wheel is on a tilt column. Plus, the gauges are a custom Stewart Warner setup with a large speedometer directly in front of you and all the other essentials are easy to see at eye-level on top of the dash.
Just in case people didn't already take note of this custom truck, they'll really see how cool it is the moment you open the hood. The whole front section tilts forward to showcase the engine bay and give you easy access to the whole V8 setup. This is a 366 cubic-inch motor that has added performance with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Weiand intake, and Hedman headers that add power while contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. This has an upgraded 4x4 setup with a two-speed transfer case. It goes nicely with the tall stance and Nitto Dura Grappler tires for true off-road ability. But even when you just want this for some in-town fun, you have good driving features, like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front.
A Cameo is already rare sight, and this one makes sure it's memorable even in that crowd. So if you want a classic 4x4 of true distinction, call today!
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