The ’59 Fleetside was completed in July of 2017. It was a complete restoration from top to bottom. The original cab was rusted out in the bottom corners and the bed was also rusted and bent, so a completely new cab and bed we purchased. The engine, driveline, and frame are original to the truck, and have been overhauled. The chrome decals and trim are also original to the truck, as well as the rear bumper and back glass. On the inside new upholstery, true to the original, was installed. For the exterior, new paint was sprayed in the original factory colors.
Another big Dodge beast that is waiting in the wings is this 1952 Dodge B3-C pickup truck. It is on the line for complete body work, prime, paint and some minor mechanical work. Soon, Big Red, soon. July 6, 2020We have started on the Dodge B3-C Pickup by sanding it down, cleaning up any rust and body imperfections, and have put on primer on a majority of the pieces. We still have a few areas that need touched up with the primer before we can move on to the painting process.
You don’t see these vintage 60s crew cab trucks much anymore. This restoration comes straight from the heart, as the owner’s father used to own this truck and it holds priceless sentimental value. We just started on this project, which will be needing complete body work, prime and paint . December 23rd, 2019We have applied an epoxy primer to the Dodge DE200 Crew Cab, making the surface a more durable base for when we apply the next layers in the paint transformation. June 13, 2020We’ve come a long way since December! Body has been cleaned of all rust, patched and primer was put on. We sent the truck off to The Dalles Collision Center, and Travis and crew applied this Read More