A former modified oval pavement racer, this street legal tbucket weighed 2700 lbs. and had over 500hp cranking out from a built 383. There is nothing else like it on the road, and it barely fit in my garage! Craziest thing about it was how everything was offset to one side so it could be more effective at turning left!
This 1964 C10 step side pickup truck was built from a lot of used Nascar parts and saw significant track time as well as Friday drives to work. I was able to get Porterfield to make me some street compount pads that fit the Nascar calipers. The motor was a 6 liter LS pulled from an Escalade and the trans was a Jerico 4 speed.
Lots of work done to this Viper. I installed the Paxton supercharger, fabbed a cold air intake for it, installed roller rockers and long tube headers, high flow cats, x-pipe and stainless exhaust. Had the valve covers and intake manifold and supercharger tubing powdercoated. Installed huge Stoptech brakes and HRE wheels. Had the stripes painted on and the whole car clear coated.
Installed an adjustable front swaybar on this car, along with adjustable coil overs, a baffled oil pan and cat-back exhaust. These cars are super tiny and fun to drive!
I didn't do much to this one besides put the Signature SV305s wheels on it and Borla exhaust. Also installed a DSC Sport suspension controller. With 757hp, this thing was a beast!