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    My 1946 Chevy Panel Truck

    Well I figured i could post pictures on here to show my ride. Got it in the middle of the woods for 300 bucks with all the trees that were falling on it and everything haha. The first pictures I have dont actually look to bad but thats after about a year or so of work was already done. My dad asked if I wanted a project to work on because he has done body work all his living, so he got it for me and for the past 5 years or so we have been building it. He actually has another one that is exactly the same as mine only differnt color and interior. Some people may not like some things and thats fine, I dont have a million dollars to make everything perfect but it works for me and is really fun to drive. Me and my friends installed the system and I got the box made from poundthatsound, his name is trevor or thumpper but i'm not sure what his name is on here but he is a great guy and makes great boxes. I just made another post in the enclosure section on how to build a ported box so if anyone wants to help me out there i'd appreciate it haha. Ok back to the truck...I will post some pictures.
















    Chevy 350 under the hood. Then the interior has a ceiling of mirrors, the walls are carpeted with the stuff that glows in blacklights like at the bowling alley kinda cheesy but it still looks sweet at night with the black lights and strobe. The bed/benches all covered in black crushed velvet. Stained glass windows in the back. System consist of two 12" rockford fosgate t1's off a t10001bd. Power 6.5" up front and 6x9's in the back off a rf punch amp. Extra battery in the storage benches along with ps2 and the extra planks to make it into a full size bed. My mom used to own a fabric shop so she is the one that made the pillow, which I think it pretty cool. The K and L are my initials in case any one is wondering what that means. Um thats about all so thanks for looking and leave some feedback if you want.
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    Re: My 1946 Chevy Panel Truck

    real sweet ride just dont like those racing seats. It's not a honda



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    Re: My 1946 Chevy Panel Truck

    Haha yea... thanks tho




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    yeah those seats look out of place other than that the rest looks great.



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    Dude that is intense...I would have loved to cruise around in something like that in high school haha



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    Re: My 1946 Chevy Panel Truck

    Interior is a bit different but sweet to see new life breathed into an old ride.



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    It would be pretty awesome with a Wall




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    Re: My 1946 Chevy Panel Truck

    Thanks for all the replies guys...I really hate having so much space in the back and only having two 12's back there, but it still sounds pretty good and gets decently loud. I thought about doing a wall but figured I would just do that in my car. Prolly in a few years I will tear it apart and do something else inside, but for now its different and I like it




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    Re: My 1946 Chevy Panel Truck

    Dude... that interior looks awesome.



    Chill spot for sure!

    I like when people put a modern spin on classic cars. That thing is sick bro very nice job.



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    Re: My 1946 Chevy Panel Truck

    Quote Originally Posted by 46panel View Post
    Nice slippers



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    Re: My 1946 Chevy Panel Truck

    Id of gone a completely different way with that truck. Some of you know what id do




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    Re: My 1946 Chevy Panel Truck

    It is definitely a sweet chill spot for sure. And thanks about my sandals haha I like them 2.




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    Re: My 1946 Chevy Panel Truck

    I'm assuming you would pack it with subs lol?




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    Re: My 1946 Chevy Panel Truck

    Quote Originally Posted by 46panel View Post
    I'm assuming you would pack it with subs lol?


    actually ive been looking for a 50's chevy nomad wagon for that kind of project.




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    Quote Originally Posted by etznova View Post
    Nice slippers
    Actually they're Jordan sandals lmao.



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