Legacy Classic Trucks, of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is the culmination of founder, Winslow Bent’s lifelong love of vintage automobiles. With over 40 years of cumulative experience, they are the premiere restorer of vintage trucks and Dodge Power Wagons (like this bad boy here).
The latest offering to emerge from their garage is this massive Chevy 3100 Napco Pickup Truck ($Inquire) – a gem for serious collectors and aficionados of vintage trucks. The Chevrolet Task Force line of trucks were built between 1955 and 1959 and were the first trucks to offer the 265 cubic inch V8 engine as well as factory installed air conditioning in 1958.
Now Legacy Classic Trucks have upped the power in their trucks with an LS3 engine from the Chevrolet C6 Corvette, for a full 430 horsepower. They are fitted with either a 4-speed automatic transmission or 5-speed stick shift. Using a modern TCI frame, Legacy also attached a 10-inch lift and Dynatrac ProRock axles for smooth sailing across any back-country terrain. [via]