Photo 1/12 | 1939 Chevy Pickup left Front Angle | 1939 Chevy Pickup - Seven Of A Kind
Photo 2/12 | 1939 Chevy Pickup left Front Angle | 1939 Chevy Pickup - Seven Of A Kind
Photo 3/12 | 1939 Chevy Pickup left Side Angle | Then the entire painted surface was buried in six coats of House of Kolors clear before it was cut, buffed, and polished to its glistening 50/50 appearance
Photo 4/12 | 1939 Chevy Pickup billet Specialties Wheels | Randy's '39 rolls on a set of polished aluminum Billet Specialties GTX-03 15x7-inch front and 17x8-inch rear wheels encased in Falken 205/50R15 front and 255/45ZR17 rear rubber.
Photo 5/12 | 1939 Chevy Pickup raised Bed Floor | The center section of the white-oak bed floor is raised and lowered remotely to gain access to the 171?2 gallon, fuel tank filler neck.
Photo 6/12 | 1939 Chevy Pickup split V Folding Hood | 1939 Chevy Pickup - Seven Of A Kind
Photo 7/12 | 1939 Chevy Pickup running Boards | The smoothed running boards were acquired from Iron Station in North Carolina.
Photo 8/12 | 1939 Chevy Pickup v Shaped Windshield | Previous to 1939, Chevy pickups were fitted with flat one-piece windshields. In '39, Chevrolet debuted a two-piece, V-shaped windshield that was swung in and out by actions of a hand crank located in the center of the flat dash.
Photo 9/12 | 1939 Chevy Pickup 350 Small Block | Under the hood is a potent Chevy 350ci small-block nourished by a pair of Edelbrock 600-cfm carbs and a Weiand 6-71 supercharger.
Photo 10/12 | 1939 Chevy Pickup bench Seat | The bench seat and door panels were covered with ultra chamois leather and ultra topaz.
Photo 11/12 | 1939 Chevy Pickup interior | A simply smoothed dash houses a ball milled billet aluminum gauge cluster that displays the gray-faced gauges. An ididit tilt steering column is capped with a 14-inch leather/flamed skull steering wheel.
Photo 12/12 | 1939 Chevy Pickup right Side Angle | 1939 Chevy Pickup - Seven Of A Kind