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Year:  1946
Make:  Chevy One Ton

Reason for building: To roll coal

How long have you been in the hobby? 30+ years

Who helped (friends): Cody Stoute “Popeye”s Rods Shop”, Ricky Richard, and David Broussard

Club Affiliation: Relaxed Atmosphere

Name of your ride: The Hulk
Why? It’s mean and green!

Engine:   A 1991 Dodge 12 valve Cummins replaces the old original engine.

Suspension:  A custom frame was built using a 85 C30 front suspension mated with a custom 3X6 tail section from the cab back. Modifications were done by Popeye’s Rod Shop of Carencro, LA The ride is control by Firestone 3400 air springs using a Thorbros
parallel 4 link , Popeye Rod Shop watts link.  Air management is done by an Airlift 3H system.

Paint:  is the original paint clear coated by Popeye’s Rod Shop.

Interior: The dash is filled with Autometer gauges and home to a Speedway steering wheel. The shirter is courtesy of Popeye’s Rod Shop. Passengers ride in comfortable of a brown leather bench seat.

Tires/wheels:  20” Eagle Alloy wheels are mounted on Lexani 245/45/20 tires in the front and Lexani 275/55/20 tires in the rear.