A 1955 chevy truck in great condition. No dents, no rust, not even a chip in the paint. 6000 miles on engine/trans. New wood in the bed. All electrical parts function. New tilt steering column. All wheel drive with high/low range shifter. Power brakes, power steering. Drives great, not even squirrely at turnpike speeds.
Drove it 820.6 miles the first day with 0 issues. The truck gets a crazy amount of attention. Every time I stop for gas I wind up talking to and getting my picture taken by at least 5 people... lol
Redneck Restoration's "This Old Truck" 1957 GMC
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A 1957 GMC big widow Napco truck project that became a reason to have some
"57 GMC Runs Again" is the engine donor for this truck. We've decided to
video document the process of turning the engine-less "Mighty Whitey" into
a road worthy marvel, updating things for comfort and safety, and all the
while keeping a tight budget. The end result is supposed to be a reliable
cruiser with substantial off-road capabilities, and something that we
needn't worry about getting a scratch on. Keep checking back as we add
episodes building both "Mighty Whitey" and showing other Redneck
Restorations on "This Old Truck".
Bad '55 Chevy
Must have good speakers to appreciate.
This car looks as good as it sounds. 434 small block, 700R4, 430 rear. THIS
IS EASILY THE BEST 55 CHEVY ON YOUTUBE.
Art Morrison 1955 Chevy Bel Air - Faster Than a Ferrari?
The Smoking Tire hits Supercar Sunday and the canyons with the Art Morrison
1955 Bel Air, one of the best handling hot rods around. We toss this 55
year-old car through some of the tightest curves in California to find out
if there really is such a thing as a Hot Rod for drivers.