1939 Chevy Rat Rod Pickup Comes Loaded With Power and Style
This beautiful 1939 Chevrolet custom pickup rat rod is currently up for auction on eBay. It's the second build from Miller's Chop Shop in Reno, Nevada, and was featured in Rebel Rod and Rockabilly magazines. This custom truck is an all-steel body pickup with a flat/stain light blue finish. It has a 3-inch chop with an 8-inch channel on the body. Up front there's a 1941-1946 Chevrolet pickup grille and front clip. Hand-painted pinstripes serve to accent the overall design. RELATED: See Photos of a 1947 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup Rat Rod
There's a Ford truck pickup bed that tilts up to access the battery, a 15-gallon fuel cell, and air bag compressor. Power comes from a high performance Chevy 350 V8 paired to an automatic transmission.
Inside you'll find a dark grey cloth bench seat that shows the wear and tear you'd expect on a truck like this one. Door panels are painted black with more hand-painted pinstripe accents. There are elements left by former owners, too, like a WWII hand grenade shift knob and Pabst Blue Ribbon over flow can.
Overall it has 57,047 miles on the odometer with 5,000 miles since the build. Place your bid and put this rat rod in your driveway.
RELATED: See Photos of a 2015 Lamborghini Rat Rod Concept
RELATED: See Photos of a 1935 Ford V8 Rat Rod Pickup