Delivered more cars from USA to body shop.

Delivered more cars from USA to body shop.

March 16, 2016 0 By admin

These photo are from around 2 months ago , we delivered more project cars from USA to local workshop here in Thailand and hopefully they will continue their project and restore them back to road or market again.

20160203_131955 GMC is a “Advance Design” from Chevrolet Pickup/Truck , this 1954 GMC is one of the iconic car in that era. Only year for significant design changes. Windshield now curved one-piece glass without center vertical dividing strip. Revised steering wheel. Revised dashboard. Cargo bed rails, previously angled, now horizontal. Tail lights round instead of rectangular. Grille changed from five horizontal slats to crossbar design commonly referred to as a “bull nose” grille, similar to modern Dodge truck grille. Engine now 235 in³straight-6. Serial number codes unchanged from 1953. Hydramatic automatic transmission is available for the first time as a paid for option.


20160203_133508FORD COE 1955 , Like other automotive manufacturers that built COE trucks before the 1960s, early Ford C-Series trucks were “helmet-shaped”, cab-forward trucks that shared components with pickup trucks (the F-Series, in this case). From 1948-52, they were simply COE versions of the F-5, F-6, F-7, and F-8. For 1953, they were redesignated the C-Series, but largely remained modified F-Series trucks. As Ford started squaring off its vehicles in 1957, they finally gave the cab-overs their own designs separate from the rest of the Ford truck lineup. It featured a small grille near the front bumper, with a four-pointed star emblem on each end, the word “F O R D” spelled out below the windshield, and had a cog-and-lightning bolt crest emblem between the headlights. Variations of this emblem were found on many other Ford trucks during the 1950s and into the 1960s. The C-Series held onto this logo the longest.


Really can’t wait to see they back on road and YES,WE DO IMPORT AND EXPORT WORLD WILD