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The 1958 Chevy Cameo. One of the coolest parts of building this truck is how rare it actually is. They built minimal Cameo's in 1958, and to have survivor is awesome. We took this truck to Sema in 2018, where it took home a GM design award for best use of a crate engine with its 650hp LT4. It was also on the 2018 Hot Rod Power Tour. This truck is a blast to drive!! Here are some more features of the truck: Custom Detroit Steel Wheels GM Crate LT4 from JEGS Diamondback Tires AirLift 3H  Dakota Digital HDX gauges Ididit Column...

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 This 1959 is an ultimate sleeper. It is sitting on a Roadstershop Fast Track Chassis. It has a crate LSA with a 4L80e transmission. This truck handles amazing and has great power. The interior was done by Joel Mattix (Boss Custom Interiors) in Evansdale, Iowa. It has a full Kicker sound system with a Bluetooth receiver. This truck is a blast to drive!    

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We built this 1949 for a customer in Canada. It features a crate LS3/4L70 combo. It also has 20'' Detroit Steel Wheels with Diamondback tires. Dakota Digital gauges, tilt wheel and Vintage Air on the inside make this old 49 a killer cruiser!   

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This 51 GMC is the first Iowa build the shop had ever done. When we started the shop we mainly had out of state customers. The build had pretty easy guidelines: Laid out and LS powered. We accomplished that and also added Dakota Digital Gauges and a painted dash, and left the rest of the inside fairly stock. There was also some hidden rust repair that was done. We also left the engine bay stock when we added the LS.  It is rolling on 20'' Detroit Steel Wheels.  

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This 54 is an awesome cruiser! It was built for a customer in Texas, but sold two years later to a customer in Australia! It has a LS2 and 4L65 in it along with a posi rear. It is rolling on 20'' Detroit Steel Wheels from Mobsteel. One cool customized feature is the one piece side windows. 1954 pickups came with vent window, we got rid of those and put one piece power windows in.     

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