Few pickups have been as handsome as the ones Dodge built from '33 to '38. Spokane's Whipple Motorsports capitalized on the car-like proportions by chopping the grille shell and relocating the headlights. This one rides on a boxed stock frame with a Mustang II IFS and a Ford 8.8" axle. Air springs make the 18- and 20-inch Budniks tuck beautifully. Chris Ledger applied the astonishingly handsome PPG Lion's Mane paint.