2003 Chevy S10 converted (ing) to a 1939 Studebaker 'hotrod'.
Keeping the cab (ext), engine (4.3 V6) and suspension.
Power windows, locks.
Replaced dash and center console with a hotrod dash and console.
Replaced gauge cluster face with a more classic look and 'Studebaker' stretching across the face.
Studebaker script emblem installed onto the dash over the glovebox area. A red Studebaker grille badge has been installed onto the grille.
Moved the truck to Rogers Rod and Custom (East Bethel) for some fixes. Charging and side mirrors - maybe some paint.
Currently Museum kept http://www.john-rosatti.com
4.3L Vortec V6 -- rated at 190hp and 250 lb-ft of torque.
4-speed automatic w/overdrive.
Power windows, door locks.
K&N Filter Intake.
Custom Rims and Steering Wheel.
Real RoadRunner. Originally a 383 cu.in. and now a 528 Hemi with a Twin 4 BBL. Electronic Fuel Injection, with AC, serpentine Belt System. This RoadRunner runs low 11 seconds 1/4 mile time at the track
Factory Yellow - Xtreme Trim package
No factory options listed.
Removed the front and rear of the truck.
Bonded new cab body to the original cab and doors.
Added a hood scoop.
One piece rear with wood bed.
Intro Wheels 18s and 20s - with matching steering wheel.
Originally a 383 cu.in. and now a 528 Hemi
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