Fireball Tim REDSTER Chevrolet 3100 Build Episode 5
EPISODE 5 of 5. In this 5 PART Series, Hollywood Movie Car Designer and TV
Host Fireball Tim designs a unique 21st Century build for AutoTrader
Classics. Cars, Movies and Cool. That's Fireball Tim!
1952 Chevrolet 3100 STK # 1202
Here is a clean little 1952 Chevrolet 3100 truck. Powering this 3100 is a
small block Chevy with a 600 CFM holly and electronic ignition hooked up to
an automatic overdrive transmission. Getting the power to the ground is a
12 bolt rear end. The front end is out of a Chevrolet Nova so there are
power disc brakes in the front with the master cylinder hidden under the
cab. Power steering and custom wheels help cruise this truck down the road.
Inside is a custom Suede interior A/C as well as an AM/FM/CD player. This
also has an oak bed. This truck is a must see. You will definitely
appreciate this truck once you see and drive it. We can be reached at
704-598-2130 or e-mail us at email@example.com
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Rods R Us 56 chevy truck update video #2
Heres an update video of where we are on the blown 56 chevy truck, we got
it mocked up pretty good today. things to look for:
-new custom recessed firewall
-doors cut to a perfect gap
-door corners rounded and gapped
-drip rails shaved
-various rust and dent repair
-bed welded up and ends capped, plus rounded back corners
-rear fenders spaced out to show how much we will be extending them
-tubs cut and tacked in
-tailgate flushed and "picture framed"
Oh and check out the paint plaque... cat out of the bag on that one. Chrome
We'll keep you updated as things go on, we're getting really close to
Questions or comments? Let us know, see what Rods R Us can do for you!
CHEVY BOMBAS -- Year By Year -- 1937 thru 1954
A video featuring Chevy Bombs from the years 1937 through 1954. This is the
generally accepted period that is recognized as the "bomb" era.
Production of most American automobiles was stopped in early 1942 to allow
factories to provide materials for use by the armed forces during WW2.
There were no 1943, 1944 and 1945 models. Production resumed after the war
with the 1946 model.
The easiest way to identify the various year models is from the
front/grille area and the differances are illustrated here.
1956 Chevy pickup custom, Rods R Us
Quick walk around of our little local legend, just finished up last year
and already a multi-award winning build. See the stunner on display at the
2009 NSRA Golden State Nationals Pro's Pick winner
2010 Autorama Best in show: Truck winner
2010 Autorama Best in class: Truck winner
2010 Autorama Outstanding Paint winner
Full build done by Rods R Us out of Carmichael, CA.