Thanks. Well, my boss and I both had them, I sold mine to Ben Schlimme, but Todd still has his. I just finished a Ford pre-runner that Scott is supposed to be interested in. Thats why I'm looking for his e-mail. I'll try what you gave me. Thanks again
Mine was the red one with V6 Chevy. It was awesome. If or when I sell my truck I'm going to build another probably close to what I had. Mike Cohen will supply the motor since he has the V6 figured out. Those Alumicrafts are amazing. As far as the truck heres a couple pics.
Thats the one. Well, Chris contacted me after I he heard I wanted to build one and told me he wasn't in a position to finnish it, so I bought after he had a good year into it, now 8 months later it will be ready to test in about two weeks.
nice truck man, but how come it looks like there are no pedals in it, and how do u get it in and out of the garage with ur light bar, looks like its higher than the door, and is it mid motor or have u just not put a engine in yet
Can blind people be dyslexic when they read Braille?
well, there are no pedals in the pic because I just got it back from the interior guy and had not mounted them yet, these pics are two months ago. I put the light bar on after it was in the garage during assembly, but no problem, they hinge down easy. The pic shows no motor but since we installed a supercharged chevy, front engine, but back as far as possible
Not to start a battle here (I own a ford but don't mind chevys), but Cheyy's are cheaper HP wise. Parts (engine wise) for the things are everywhere, and usually cheaper then ford stuff. Basicly Fords are cheaper travel wise (I-beams) and chevy's are cheaper HP wise. Steve