|F A C T S & F I G U R E S |
|Peter Noyes |
1935 Chevrolet channeled
|Frame / Manufacturer ||modified stock / GM |
|Wheelbase ||modified |
|Modifications ||boxed, stepped & set up |
|Rearend / Ratio ||Chrysler / 4.30 Richmond gears |
|Rear suspension ||handmade, adjustable |
four-link by Luke Bruheim
|Rear brakes ||Chrysler finned 11" |
|Front suspension ||Chassis Engineering I- |
beam (West Branch, IA) w/
handmade support pieces by
|Front brakes ||drilled '40 Ford |
|Master cylinder ||Chrysler Wilwood |
|Steering box ||Vega-type Flaming River (Berea, OH) |
|Wheel covers ||early Ford |
|Front wheel make, size ||Kelsey Hayes, 16" |
|Rear wheel make, size ||Kelsey Hayes, 16" |
|Front tire make, size ||Firestone, 600x16" |
|Rear tire make, size ||Firestone, 820x16" |
|Gas tank ||custom |
|Make ||GM |
|Displacement ||GM |
|Radiator ||custom, Ron Davis Racing |
|Valves / Springs ||stock |
|Manifold / Induction ||Offy / six Holly 94s |
|Headers ||custom |
|Make ||GM 700-R4 |
|Converter ||stock |
|Shifter ||Lokar (Knoxville, TN) |
|Driveshaft ||custom w/ Spicer U-joints |
|Body style / Material ||pickup / steel |
|Body manufacturer ||Chevrolet |
|Body mods ||chopped, shortened & |
|channeled wood replaced |
|Grille ||stock, '35 Chevrolet pickup |
|Bodywork ||by Luke Bruheim |
|Headlights / Taillights ||BLC / custom LED in truck bed |
|Outside mirror ||one |
|Other body items ||all wood replaced |
|Dashboard ||custom panel |
|Insert / Gauges ||Stewart Warner (Chicago, IL) |
|Stereo / Speakers ||open pipes |
|Air conditioning ||cowl vent |
|Wiring ||by Luke Bruheim |
|Steering wheel ||Sprint car-style quick release |
|Steering column ||custom by Luke Bruheim |
|Interior mirror ||stock |
|Seats ||aluminum by Luke Bruheim |
|Upholsterer ||U.S. Army |
|Material / Color ||dirty |
|Seatbelts ||WWII aircraft |
Chassis Engineering supplied...
Chassis Engineering supplied the axle, brakes, and '40 Ford spindles.
The tie rod and draglinks...
The tie rod and draglinks were scratch-built from chrome-moly while a Magnum spring and shackles are used.
The hairpins are another at-home...
The hairpins are another at-home piece of handiwork made from 4130 chrome-moly.
Builder Luke Bruheim made...
Builder Luke Bruheim made everything you can see here but the axle. No wonder he didn't want to cover it up with a pickup bed.
Tiny LED lights nestled in...
Tiny LED lights nestled in the rear lip of the pickup box actually put out a lot of illumination.