Photo 1/11 | 1954 Chevy Five Window Pickup right Front | 1954 Chevy Five-Window Pickup - Ultimate Job
Photo 2/11 | 1954 Chevy Five Window Pickup right Front | 1954 Chevy Five-Window Pickup - Ultimate Job
Photo 3/11 | 1954 Chevy Five Window Pickup left Rear | The lowered silhouette of this full-height truck comes from a custom tube chassis, air suspension, and its ultra-wide look, which gives the appearance of a chopped top. The front end, at 8 inches wider than stock, used multiple grilles and bumpers to achieve the look.
Photo 4/11 | 1954 Chevy Five Window Pickup wheel Detail | The truck rolls on Boze 22-inch wheels in the rear and 20s up front, wrapped in Toyo 40/50 series rubber.
Photo 6/11 | 1954 Chevy Five Window Pickup tailgate | Custom bedwork included a new rolled rear pan, with a license plate rolled to match, a welded tailgate, and extended fenders with Prowler taillights.
Photo 7/11 | 1954 Chevy Five Window Pickup engine | The big, bad 454ci V-8 is supercharged with a Weiand 6:71 blower running a Demon 1100 cfm carburetor, Stage III GM aluminum heads, an MSD Electronic ignition, and custom-built Jet-Hot coated stainless-steel headers. A polished alternator and compressor add to the sparkle in the engine room.
Photo 8/11 | 1954 Chevy Five Window Pickup bed Detail | The wood floor in the bed has been raised to accommodate many of the components necessary to run the truck. The box next to the cab wall holds the Air Ride Technologies, air-suspension equipment. A linear actuator opens the bed by a remote.
Photo 10/11 | 1954 Chevy Five Window Pickup dashboard | The custom interior is classic red and white with Teas-Designed, contoured seats, a smoothed dashboard with digital gauges, and yards of glove-soft beige leather. The Vintage Air A/C unit and stereo make the cab a fun place to be, even when the 600hp motor is not running.
Photo 11/11 | 1954 Chevy Five Window Pickup door Panel | 1954 Chevy Five-Window Pickup - Ultimate Job