1937 Studebaker Pickup $71,995
Every inch is customized...That's the best way to describe this 1937 Studebaker Pickup Restomod. It's a build with almost ZERO miles that has a custom body with exceptionally slick paint, a leather-lined luxury A/C interior, and a full custom air ride chassis. Oh yeah, and don't forget about the twin-turbo V8 delivering 850 horsepower! It the kind total package where you know you'll really just be using the custom bed to show off all your awards.
We don't have to tell you this is one slick-looking custom truck. It seems to have blended all the best elements of the pre-war era, hot rod touches, and modern components. After all, it starts with the look of the sleek business coupe-express. That means the aggressively-pointed Studebaker front end that has been given extra definition to cut through the mainstream like a sharp-edged knife. Everything about the exterior is there to make this one look sleeker. You see it in the inset teardrop headlights that follow the fender's curve, sunburst grille, chopped-style cab, shaved door handles, frenched LED taillights, and a rear end that seamlessly integrates into the step-side body. Those modern billet alloys have a terrific shine, and the air ride suspension means you get to dial-in a sporty stance whenever you want. And of course, the paint only adds to the sleekness. The Candy Apple Red has a huge depth and gloss so that the sunshine loves to dance evenly across the whole body. In fact, the paint is so well-detailed, it makes you love the creases in the body even more, including the expertly-fitted hard tonneau cover. When you lift it, not only is there a wood bed that has more gloss than a bowling alley, but also it's thoughtfully detailed, right down to the bright accenting with a design that coordinates with the grille.
Even getting into this pickup is designed to attract attention. That's why you have remote door poppers and suicide hinges. Since everyone will want a peek inside, this is one makes sure not to disappoint. The custom dual-cowl dash is finished in the exterior red, and it's as sporty as a Corvette. The leather seats make this look as comfy as a Cadillac (and yes, the buckets even have a similar stitch pattern to coordinate with the grille and bed!) Not only does this all look premium, but also the long list of desirable features makes it feel premium, too. This includes power seats, power windows, power steering, cruise control, and cold-blowing R134 air conditioning. Plus, the stereo is an AM/FM/CD/DVD/XM touchscreen unit that's your gateway to everything from sat nav to Bluetooth. The leather-wrapped billet steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column, and that gives you a clear view to the crisp AutoMeter gauges and an odometer that reminds you how few miles are on this build.
The engine bay is ready to steal hearts and win awards all on its own. After all, we dare you to find another component that can be polished. But more than just look awesome, you can also instantly see this has awesome power. Those twin turbos boldly sit on top of the motor and have an artful setup as these twin dragons come together to force-feed the motor. It would even be powerful without turbocharging, because this is a well-built is a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8 power package with a Holley four-barrel carburetor on top. So when it's all combined, this on is stated to make a whopping 850 horsepower! Making sure the power gets to the pavement are stout components, like a TH400 three-speed automatic transmission, Ford 9-inch rear, and extra wide Mickey Thompson rear tires. And of course, you're going to want to look at the undercarriage photos. Not only are you going to see a color-matched presentation worthy of putting a mirror under this one, but also you'll spot the right driving features, like a custom reinforced chassis, tubular A-arm front end, four-link rear, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
Slick, distinct, and absolutely awesome, this is the streetrod pickup with all the features you want. So don't let it go into someone else's collection. Call now!