1950 Peterbilt Custom Truck Narrow Nose Cab Street Rod 600 hp
Custom designed and built into a one-of-a-kind powerful, useful, Street Rod
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Hot Rod, 1950-69 Post-War, Muscle/Performance, Specialty Vehicle, Street Machine
PETERBILT STREET ROD
1950 Peterbilt cab chopped, custom designed and built into a one-of-a-kind powerful, useful, Street Rod
Color: Custom Paint: Black & Yellow with red striping
The engines’ a 600 h.p. Detroit Diesel 8V92TA, with super charged twin turbo’s mounted on custom-built saddles & custom drag boat, style headers
5-speed automatic transmission is a new 754 Allison
Aluminum frame, polished front axle extended 30” in front of the radiator
Transfer spring in front / Adjustable air ride suspension in rear
Air brakes / Super single tires in rear / Low profile tires in front
Custom polished fuel tank / Custom built polished wing & mount
Original polished aluminum dash / Custom sun visor
Electric doors, Windows, & Power steps
Trailer hitch with back up camera
May be used as a R. V. or Toy hauler
Owner drove this truck in “The Longest Race” 10/08 – 11/08 from New York to
San Francisco with no complications, after the race he drove it home, from
San Francisco, to Winslow, AZ. The truck earned the “Show Stopper” award.
Heads turned, mouths dropped, bicyclist wrecked, really draws a crowd, a must have for those wanting to make an entrance. Pictures do not do it justice.
About the Designer / Builder:
He has become one of the most innovative car builders in America. For the past 30
Years, he has taken the Automobile Industry to a new level with his designs. His latest projects incorporate the very rare Packard V12 engines from the PT 109 boats, into extremely fast, powerful vehicles, including a few built with M47 Tank Engines. When building his cars there are no limits.
A few cars may be seen on www.youtube.com enter Rodney Rucker Cars.