It doesn't get any better than the look of an old Task Force pickup, does it? Well,... it can. If you take those classic good looks, drop 'em down low, polish 'em up high, and fill 'em up with modern technology like 20" rims.
The Black paint on this truck look absolutely fantastic! It is the kind of show quality paint job that only comes from hours and hours of expert preparation before the paint is sprayed on and then worked to a mirror like shine. It highlights every graceful curve and crease of the body by bending and reflecting the light from every angle. Complimenting that look is copious amounts of chrome dressing out the front of the truck. The nose of the hood has an accent with a Chevy bowtie sitting just over a toothy chrome grill that looks like its ready to eat anything that gets in its way. There are 3100 Chevrolet badges on the fenders shiny new bumpers front and rear. Drop the tailgate and you will see that the wood and details in the bed have also been finished to out to a show winning shine. Set all that shine on chrome 20-inch Ridler wheels, and now, the look really doesn't get any better.
While it is hard to follow up first impressions like that, we promise you won't be disappointed. Open up the door and you will find an interior that is as equally impressive as the body, but in a very different way. The door panel is simple and clean, but some Blue piping is a clue that it's not stock '57 inside. Slide into those late model leather seats and settle in for a minute. They are power adjustable, heated and super comfortable. Reach out and wrap your hands around the billet steering wheel with a bowtie center button. Behind it is a digital dash nestled into the original stock wedge shape. It has the display in the center with carbon fiber backing up the sweep tach and speedo along with smaller engine gauges off to the sides. Heating and ventilation controls include those for the Vintage Air and there is a center console with cup holders and an armrest for comfortable cruising.
When you raise the hood, get ready for another treat. There you will find a healthy 350 cubic inch engine with chrome and polished billet everywhere nestled down in an engine bay that is as nicely detailed out as the rest of the body. A ribbed air topper matches the valve covers with both of them painted black with polished ribs. There is a QFT Slayer 4-barrel carburetor and polished intake manifold handling the intake duties while long tube headers lead out to the Flowmaster exhaust. The alternator and A/C compressor are chromed and their billet mounts are polished to a high shine. An aluminum radiator ensures that everything stays running cool and power flows back through a 4-speed automatic transmission. If, (or when) you show this truck, you may want to bring some mirrors so you can show off the first-class chassis work too. There is a coil over suspension all around with rack and pinion steering up front, multi-links in the rear, and Wilwood disc brakes at all four corners. There is also a polished transmission pan, fuel tank, and a Trick Flow diff cover.
Paint, looks, and build quality that will turn heads and win shows. Comfort and convenience that will make you want to drive it. Come on down and check this truck out. Then take it home and enjoy either, or both activities.