Blown 1956 Chevy update! Rods R Us
Chiseling away on the next 1956 truck build, things to check out in the video: -Rear fenders are widened, check out how we modify the step to flow into the new fender profile, and bring down the bed-stake to meet the step [later you can see the driver side which is unmodified] -Inner fender panels shaped around the A-arms and lip added to keep a smooth edge. -Steering column hole and brace added in firewall -Dash all welded in and smoothed, dash extension added tob ottom...sorry You can see it very well i'll get some light in the next video. Questions or comments? Let us know! See what Rods R Us can do for you.
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 yellow We'll keep you updated as things go on, we're getting really close to paint. Questions or comments? Let us know, see what Rods R Us can do for you!
1956 Chevy engine start, Rods R Us
A quick video firing up the 56 chevy truck, Street and performance 502 big block, sounds even better in person! Questions? Let us know, See what Rods R Us can do for you! Update!! 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
-=New!=- 1956 Chevy truck project , Rods R Us
Continuing on with our nasty little habit of building wicked cool trucks, here comes the newest project from Rods R Us out of Carmichael, CA. *Note this is not the red truck, this is a fresh build* Video pretty much says it all this time, tried my hand at some commentary and felt like a goofball all the way through! If I left out any details you'd like to know about the build let me know and i'll get back to you... I neglected to mention that entire motor is going to be UNDER the hood. Questions? Comments? Let us know, see what Rods R Us can do for you!