Hailing from the Chevrolet Master series of pickup trucks that ran between 1933 and 1942, this particular 1937 Chevrolet Pickup Restomod is quite possibly one of a kind. That's the thing with resto-mods; you can truly customize a vehicle the way you want it to be. However, while some may go absolutely bonkers, whoever did up this particular Chevy has shown tasteful restraint, coupled with enhancement where necessary. Bearing a mere 8,800 miles after its comprehensive restomod regime, will you be its next owner?
You'd be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn't like the color red, even more, so someone who won't want a red truck. That's precisely what this 1937 Chevrolet Pickup Restomod offers, coupled with modern amenities such as upgraded headlamps with integrated turn indicators, tinted windows, and mag-style alloy wheels. The truck also eschews the current trend of low-profile tires by rolling on a proper, meaty set of rubber from BF Goodrich. The bed has received a makeover in black, with a black bed cover for weather protection as well as the security of your cargo. We're also told that the trunk has rear-hinged or coach doors. Inside, there's a light and airy beige-themed interior with a single bench seat for two occupants, replete with seat belts. There's air conditioning, power windows, and aluminum pedal trim. There's also a comprehensive set of aftermarket VDO gauges to monitor every aspect of this truck's performance and health. We don't see a tachometer, but I doubt you'd need it since the truck has received a modern engine with computer control. The latter is evidenced by the presence of an OBD port beneath the radio head unit. The radio head unit is a modern Pioneer item that includes a CD player, USB port, and AUX input on the faceplate itself.
This 1937 Chevrolet Pickup Restomod has received a Vortec 6.0L V8 beneath the hood, granting it a very useful power upgrade. There's an LS1 engine cover, and the engine drives the rear wheels via an automatic transmission for a seamless experience. Further enhancing your driving experience is the presence of power steering, as well as a brake upgrade at the front to discs. The rear wheels retain drum brakes which are still pretty potent.
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