1934 Ford Pick up
Michael started building this truck when he was just 13 years old. An idea in his head and help from many including a local hot rod shop in his home town of Dallas, Texas he was able to drive it for the first time in 2005 and take it to the Detroit Autorama where he won 1st place best in class. Not being the man to let good enough be enough, Mike changed many ideas of how and what he wanted the truck to ultimately be. He contacted Jimmy and rest is history, we chopped the front end down 4 ½” to make it shorter, a new hood with 13 louvers and a “blister” to conceal the 3 Stromberg carburetors, ladder bars and wishbones, a bell crank-thru chassis steering assembly, 18” milk truck rims on Firestone Dirt Tack tires. Powder coated chassis and suspension by Pacific Coast Powder Coating. A hot 277 inch flathead backed up to a Tremec TKO 500 5-speed trans then sent sideways through a Halibrand Quick Change. Gabe Lopez did his magic on the interior and finished in “Cognac” German leather from Relicate . . . .