All New wiring from Factory Fit. . Restoration started in November of 1993 and was completed in May of 1994. With the top on, I completed the assembly with the bumper s, fenders and trim. Please contact us for a refund. Both of these bodies were done side by side, which saves a lot of work. To see more, you may visit it's web page at this url: Thank you for viewing my video.
At this time they are only producing replacement beds for early models, no square bodies yet. The restoration work on this 1956 Chevrolet Pickup went just right, according to plan. It sat in the bush for 27 years before I pulled it out. Taillights are Gene Smith and Grill is also and its Stainless. But sometimes a poor picture will help figure out what the words are saying. . Learn More About this Classic Interested in learning about the Velocity Restorations difference for your vehicle or want more information on purchasing one of our already restored Broncos?.
There was a 1958 Biscayne, that had also been purchased new, parked in the bush not 25 yards from this truck and there was nothing left of it. We have also hand built the center console -roll pan and Cadillac lights. The body has been sandblasted. The rear seats are fold down and the front are bucket seats, wich are not original. This has a new 2 piece floor pan. I originally got the truck from Oregon and moved it here in Michigan, I drove it for about 2 weeks, then decided to have it restored, I had a local restorer of vintage cars take on the task of doing my truck like his cars, he's old and slow but very good at body work and painting. Has the most interesting interior door handle arrangement.
Throughout the 1960's it made the long trip up to Prince George British Columbia where my father in-law's brother worked in the logging camps. It has detailed steps from the beginning to end. All glass is there except the 2 curved rear windows. We started to restore this and cannot finish it. Thanks everyone for the Nice replies. We have heard excuses but no resolution so we will not sell this book anymore. How can you control quality if you are not personally going over every inch of the build every day from the beginning of the build until she ships? Hi this is Steve at Ecklers Truck.
The 1955 Hardtop came out of Montana and had not been driven since 1962. Dave could tell by how the truck was coming along we were the guys for the job. The customer was very happy when he got the truck, and allowed us the opportunity to do restoration work on his classic Mercedes. We do not farm out any of our restoration to another company; we do everything by hand in our quality controlled environment. It has 4-wheel disk brakes with a double booster with willwood proportion valve.
Throughout the project, I contacted my good friend of 40 years, Gary Pronesti of Pronesti Classics, for advice and to help me locate hard-to-find parts. All new Green tinted glass. The owner had already mostly installed the left step sill and did the hard work of removing the right side. The disassembly of the dash and the Sedan interior will show you how nice the inside of this car was. Merchant's comment:Yes, we discussed these problems with the publisher multiple times. This truck was bought brand new by his brother and used as a farm truck up until the 1970's. This is my father in-laws truck that my brother in-law and I are restoring for him.
After doing several cars for myself, I decided I could do a project for others each winter. It's the same green as yours I believe. I cut around the bolt seat so I could make a template for a new piece, then I removed and cleaned it all up. The interior is original except for the carpet and headliner. It has been said that a picture can say a thousand words, well that is right especially when doing restoration.
We put the car on the lift to look at the underside and the floorboards are in good shape. Over two decades later, I called on Sam Pizzo to install the convertible top. Restoration started on this car in the fall of 1993. Original rear end with all new gears and bearings with 3:55 ratio. I wanted to do this restoration to keep it Original Factory Condition so others in the future can see just what they had to drive in 1956. This has a new tailgate. I have spoken with our truck product manager and she has found a source for replacement beds.