Lot #644.1 - This 1935 truck was already an all steel show truck when the current owner bought it in 2002. It had been restored in a 50's style by a gentleman in NY. The current owner had something a little different in mind when they started the project. First, they stripped the body down to bare metal and there was very little body work to be done. Next, they chopped the top, suicided the doors, smoothed the frame and body, sprayed the entire cab with Lizard Skin, finished the frame work, and installed an Air Ride Technologies system, new Currie 9" locker rear end, T.C.I. Ford AOD transmission and a new Smeding Performance 347 Ford small block. You will notice the machined aluminum fire-wall. Look closely and you will also see it under the floorboard and around the transmission tunnel. It looks great and also greatly reduces heat and noise. Next, they did complete body adjustments, then took it apart and painted it, and then put it all back together. The truck is called the "347 Bullet" and you will see this theme from the front Headwind lights. Check out the blue lens, to the nuts on rear bumper. The truck is loaded with many items to make it comfortable and enjoyable, such as a complete leather interior that includes the headliner and kick panels, power steering, brakes, windows, seats, tilt wheel, air conditioning, custom Pioneer stereo, Air Ride and even cruise control. If you like remotes, it has remote locks, windows, air ride, stereo and even remote start. This is a completely new build. Everything, except the seats, is new or original to the truck and it is still all steel.