Are you looking to make a dominating entrance to a car show that will be guaranteed to stop everyone in their tracks? Live the life where the spouse complains about the China cabinet being loaded with killer trophies? 🏆🏆🏆
Check out this wicked custom build diesel that we have for sale here. This truck started out as a 1979 Maxim ladder fire truck that went through an incredible street rod transformation using a 1946 Ford cab. That is said in the simplest way possible. When you look at the pictures, you can see it is a wild transformation. When you see it in person, it is mind blowing
This truck has the 1979 8V92 Detroit Diesel two stroke diesel that comes in at whooping 726 Cubic Inches with 424 Horsepower and an astonishing 1100 Foot pounds of torque. This happens because the supercharger rams air into the intake at all times and then when you get going, the massive turbo mounted top gives this incredible whine to let you know that chaos is on the verge of happening. The Allison 4 speed transmission keeps this truck pulling down the road like nothing you have probably ever driven.
Taking a closer look at this build, it took three years to build with no expenses spared and neither was any metal. Everything in this truck just screams semi-truck with extreme heavy duty custom suicide front suspension that tries to tame the road ahead. The bench seat inside the truck will bring you right back to the glory days of the 1940s when life was simple, but when you look through that windshield while driving, it reminds you that we are in America. Where else can you drive something this wild? Odds are, you won’t see this at the local pub in Great Britain.
Yes, this truck has power steering and yes, this truck still uses air brakes. Do you need a CDL to drive it? No, it would be no different than a private consumer driving a diesel pusher RV down the road. With that being said, you should learn about driving trucks with air brakes before buying. It is a beast of its own and requires the right person behind the wheel.
We’re sure you still have a lot of questions about the truck. For more info please give Brad a call at 603-953-0857
VEHICLE LOCATED AT: 235 Elm St. Manchester, NH 03101