The guys from Rtech Fabrications restore vintage retro trucksMarch 4, 2019
A company from Idaho restores vintage trucks that were produced between 1967 and 1972.
Big and bulky – these two words can describe American pick-ups of the 1960s and 1970s. Enthusiasts from a small company in the United States decided to do the restoration of these same cars. They give them a second chance at life.
Just by looking at these photos, we cannot but wonder at how cool these pick-ups look, well, just like new ones.
They are partly reminiscent of the old Jeep Kaiser Wagoneer, which can rightly be called the company’s first luxury all-wheel drive SUV. This model was serially produced in the period from 1962 to 1991. Here it is, a real nostalgia.
The guys from the company Rtech Fabrications have their own, unique way to call remanufactured trucks. For example, the word Ponderosa, they mean Chevy trucks, which were released from 1964 to 1966 and have rear seats and rear doors. The truck is 2.44 meters tall and 6 meters long. Pickup shod in 37-inch tires Nitto Trail Grapplers. The price of a restored retro truck starts at $ 125,000.
Truck Drill Sergeant, as its name implies, looks like a military-style truck. Its impressive and authoritative appearance complements the two red canisters on the sides. The minimum price is 45 000 dollars.
Note also Duke – this is a 1972 Chevy K50 Crew Cab truck. In addition to the updated interior trim, the car received 40-inch tires Nitro Trail Grapplers, sunroof, reinforced bumpers, steps and a loading platform. A car costs 150,000 dollars
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