Who hasn't dreamed of owning their childhood favorite 'Tonka Truck' in real life? Well here is your chance! This newly restored 1954 Ford COE was just completed and ready to hit the highway. Its exterior sports a brand new bright yellow paint job with diamond plate accents. This build brings back memories from when I was boy playing in the sandbox. This COE definitely sets itself apart from any other custom truck around. The details are well thought out and immaculately done. The 20' Alcoa Chrome wheels are sitting on a 265/35R22 tires for your heavy-duty loads. Its Chrome bumpers give the yellow paint an extra pop with a fresh look. Inside this supped up truck you will find black leather interior with bucket seats on Air Ride and a matching headliner. The door panels are customized and wrapped with leather and diamond plates to flow with its exterior. It is equipped with a new style shifter, Dakota Digital Gauges, new steering column, and Custom Autosound radio system. To beat this extreme Texas heat the new Vintage Air System is sure to keep you cool. For a modern upgrade this COE has electric windows and a Billet Specialties steering wheel. What is a Tonka Truck without a little bit of power behind it? It is powered by a new LS3 engine backed by a 6L80 automatic transmission putting out over 400+ Hp. For a speedy stop this beast includes disk brakes on the front and rear. This built frame has 4-link suspension with tubular front control arms supported by an Air Ride System to give it a smoother ride. If you are looking to bring back a childhood memory this Ford COE is just for you. Contact us today to schedule your private viewing at (281) 463-4968.
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