I haven’t done an Overhaulin’ throwback in a while and I’m feeling nostalgic today😜! Anyone remember this episode? I mean we are talking when Overhaulin’ was on TLC with the red, black & white logo! Lol! So we are going WAY back to the early Overhaulin’ days for Throwback Thursday 😎 I cannot say enough great things about this show. The memories made, the moments behind the scenes & on camera....the laughter and the tears, and the lifelong friendships made. But most importantly, it’s the fans of the show that made Overhaulin’ the show that it was. So for that, I thank you 🙏🏼 Truly grateful to have been a part of this automotive family 😊 #FeelingNostalgic#Overhaulin#ThrowbackThursday#ChipFoose#MuscleCars#CarMakeover#ClassicCars#CarGirl#Friends#Family#Memories#Grateful#ThankYou#FansMakeTheShow
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🚨New C/28 Video is up on our YouTube Channel🚨
Follow the link in our bio, our story or head directly to YouTube.com/FooseDesignInc.
In this episode 6, Chip and the team at Foose Design begin the final assembly process, including creating the custom C/28 badge emblems!
This build is inspired by the original ‘67 Camaro Z/28 motor installed in the truck and what a Camaro performance packaged C10 might have looked like back in 1967.
My 1941 Ford pickup I built with my pops and Dennis DUPREY, @dandsstreetrods, don Dorman.
SPECS: suicide doors
3 1/2” chop but left back window stock size and laid the windshield back. @scottshotrods Front end
86’ corvette independent half shaft aluminum rear end c4 custom air ride brackets and bags for rear.
Full air ride @sinister_custom_concepts @chipfooseofficial Foose wheels 17x7 in front 20x10.5 in rear
400 sb Chevy stroked to 409ci, @edelbrockusa Victor junior big valve aluminum heads, high rise manifold, high nickel block. 500HP+
350 trans with shift kit
Original all steel body and frame. Boxed in. @magnaflow 3 1/2” all the way out exhaust. @quickfuelautomatedfueling Fuel pump @_theradiatorlady High flow aluminum radiator and fan. @holleyperformance Demon 850 carb dual bowl.
It was my first truck when I was 15. Took us a year everyday at the shop. We built and did everything except for paint and interior. @laxauto_fabrication did the paint and Mike Ambrose did the interior. All saddle brown leather with saddle bag pocket design on suicide doors and each screw and button has a bullet cartridge cut out as a washer.
Can’t wait to build another one for my sons. This definitely was an amazing experience with my dad. I’ll never forget it. Here’s some photos of when I first got it when I was 15 with the money my grandfather left me after he passed two years prior on my birthday and of it finished. Videos and more build pics in my story. Check it out and also go to My Sick Ride to see the interview and story on LEGACY 41’ http://mysickride.com/1941-ford-truck/