The restoration resulted in a street rod with show quality Sikins silver green metallic paint. The interior has doeskin leather upholstered by Steve Ralf from Durant Iowa. The caliber of all work performed on this vehicle is of the absolute highest quality, the entire vehicle is both highly detailed as well as being extremely well finished.
The color of this all steel Chevy is Big Bad Green and the name fits the car. It was built in the 60′s and has a steel tilt front-end clip. The motor, from a 1970 LT1 Corvette, is very clean and runs 450 hp.
Ford introduced the first Ranchero in 1957. The restoration on this truck was completed around 15 years ago. The body has been chopped 3 inches and painted black and white with purple trim.
The restoration on this Orange 1937 Chevy pickup was completed in 2009 and resulted in a 4″ chopped body sitting on a Chevy S-10 frame with a Model A front bumper.