Two Reveals From Two Top Truck Builders at the 2015 SEMA Show
Scott’s Hot Rods and Strange Motion Unveil Two Totally Different Pickups
Scott’s Hot Rods drew back the veil on their latest build for Eric Steinbrecher, a bare metal 1958 Ford F-100. Full of custom features, from the billet headlight buckets to the custom tailgate and roll pan, this stark naked beauty had the crowds forming all day long after it was revealed. Even more custom features abound in the bed, namely the one-off wheel tubs and bed floor, with the theme continuing inside the cab, concentrating on the highly modified dash. The truck will be completed over the winter months; stay tuned for a full feature this Summer!
Meanwhile, across the hall, Tim Strange and his crew at Strange Motion uncovered their latest show stopper, built for Terry and Sara Rose and their two sons Colton and Tyler. The blue ’68 C10 features a supercharged LS engine nestled between custom sheetmetal panels and a perfectly smooth firewall. Like the Scott’s F-100, tons of custom touches abound on the Chevy’s sheetmetal, from the reworked bedfloor to the custom dash, which features a Tri-Five gauge panel. Original Buddy Bucket seats were covered in matching leather by Tim’s wife Carrie, lending an unmodified meets custom vibe that abounds throughout the build. We hope to track down Terry, Sara and the boys after the show to bring ya’ll a full feature of the Strange-built C10, that’s if we can catch them while the truck is standing still!
Congrats to both shops for enduring what was likely many late nights in the shop to make it to the 2015 SEMA Show to display their one of a kind pick ‘em ups!