A ’55 Chevy Pickup And Tahoe Chassis Swap You Want To See!

A ’55 Chevy Pickup And Tahoe Chassis Swap You Want To See!

This builder used the shows to help with this awesome and unique build! Eric Baltazar looks forward to Saturday mornings to get his does of Power Nation how-to tech that he used for his 1955 Chevy pickup build. Along with the help of Greg Bush from Past Time Customs, they took the body off of a Chevy Tahoe and put a ’55 Chevy pickup on top of the full chassis suspension drive-train.

At first, Greg thought Eric was crazy for attempting this swap but they made it possible! They managed to get everything from wheel wells to fenders to line up, then it was on to the body work! Eric wanted a copper effect on the truck, and after a lot of work it turned out looking great. It may look antique on the outside, but on the inside it’s nice and polished. It’s a one of a kind build, that’s for sure!

Mechanical Failure Completely Separated The Cab From the Frame of a ’02 Chevrolet Silverado

Mechanical Failure Caused The Cab Completely Separated From the Frame

The body mounts of a 2002 Chevrolet Silverado pickup failed after a mechanical failure caused the driver to lose control of the truck. The end result is that photo you see above: the cab completely separated from the frame.

This happened in Pelham, New Hampshire, police responded to a report of a “vehicle rollover,” which, We guess, is sort of applicable in this situation. According to the Pelham Police Department’s press release, the 21 year-old driver “felt the steering wheel begin to shake just prior to losing control.”

Mechanical Failure Completely Separated Chevrolet Silverado

Mechanical Failure Completely Separated Chevrolet Silverado

A crash ensued, and when police arrived the truck’s cab “was completely separated from the frame.” Luckily, the occupant was able to just crawl out of the truck with only minor injuries, which—as the Pelham Police Department’s Facebook page puts it—makes her “very lucky.”

Mechanical Failure Completely Separated Chevrolet Silverado

s10 Pickup Named the FARM MOD Is One Bad Little Dude

Say Hello To The Farm Mod! (Memphis Street Outlaws)

This little s10 is one awesome truck. Affectionately named Farm Mod for obvious reasons. The truck was built by shop kids that in its self makes this truck special.

With its Chevy Ls based engine and  a progressive 400 shot and a pretty good size tire, the truck will defiantly get you back to the farm in time to feed the cows.

If kids were able to construct something like this at such a young age, just imagine what’s coming when these youngsters get a little bit of experience under their belts.

They could even be the next big thing in the world of drag-racing.

We really support high school shop classes and believe there should be more across the country. However, that sound like an awesome truck.

Video below shows off the garage built machine yanking the front wheels and making its way down the track to a clean pass.

Check out. See more at www.6sixty2racing.com

Driving a Freaky Chevy C10 Truck With Huge Tires!!

Chevy C10 Truck With Huge Tires!!

“Believe me I’m a mechanic,” – words which describe this guy perfectly!! And one more prove that Redneck imagination has no limits. Those “Partners” on the truck are doing improvements and tune up their truck in very bizarre way. In other words – stock trucks are for pussies.

Redneck tuning is far-far away from logic and engineering.

However, this guy just set a World Record in must Bizzare Redneck Tuning. Instead of restoring this Classic Chevy C10, or improving comfort inside, No, he put huge tires on the rear axle to make the impossible to drive truck!

And when I say huge, I mean it. They have the same height as whole Truck.


One important notice is, that despite of all those redneck show-off features, owner improved the engine, setting a huge turbo. Moreover, to mount those huge sushis frame and axle improvement were mandatory.

Finally, we’re pretty sure, that this truck is impossible to drive in day-by-day routine, but to show-off a little, why not?

1970 F-100 SMOKING a Tuned 2011 Silverado a Couple of Times

Tuned 2011 Silverado Vs 1970 F100

Appearances, as they say, aren’t everything.  This 1970 F-100 is certainly proof of that, smoking a tuned 2011 Silverado a couple of times over in spite of its homely appearance.  The old Ford, proclaimed to be “stock” (winky face), proves to have something other than a stock motor under the hood as it easily handles the Chevy in a series of rolling start drag races.

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Ford/F-100 has a supercharged 302 providing motivation, but no other details are provided.

It certainly looks like an unassuming old farm truck, making it a perfect sleeper.  The Silverado has long tube headers, an aftermarket intake, and a tune on its factory small block.

The Ford simply makes mincemeat of the Chevy, pulling out several car bus lengths by the time it’s all over.

However, minus a little driver error in the middle, there’s no doubt that the old Ford dominates the modern Chevy this time around.