Underneath the truck lies not a classic Chevy chassis, but instead one from a modern Ford F-350 dually. This forms the solid foundation for the cornucopia of mods headed the truck’s way. Starting off with a 7.3 liter Ford Powerstroke turbodiesel engine to make sure even the heaviest load doesn’t make the truck so much as break a sweat.
The boosted hydraulic tilt cab makes for easy access to the engine compartment. Meanwhile, the 20-foot steel truck bed has enough room to accommodate even the widest and heaviest custom cars. As for the interior, the red leather upholstery fitted to this truck is of a quality fitting for a company so committed to custom cars while the custom gauge set ties everything together with a historically accurate design to what vehicles from this era would have sported.
These gauges indicate that the truck only has 210 miles amassed since its conversion to its current condition. Meaning that whoever’s lucky enough to buy it will likely get as much or more use out of it than a brand new ramp truck. We suspect that a new truck won’t look nearly as pretty as this one, to boot.
The price for this bundle of magnificence is $112,700, that’s before taxes and fees. Sure, that’s enough to cover the cost of a brand new European sports car, but it’s safe to say this ramp truck will make you more money in the long run hauling stuff than doing donuts in your BMW M3 and posting it on TikTok is likely to earn you.