1946 Hudson Pickup
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|Engine :||468CI V8|
|Drivetrain :||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Exterior color :||Teal|
|Interior color :||Tan|
|Doors :||2 Doors|
|Title :||Clean (most titles)|
SIMPLE PRICE: $99,500. BUILD COST: $250,000+. Over the top 1946 Hudson Pickup pro-built custom show truck featuring an all steel body with extensive modifications from stock. 311 miles have been put on the truck since completion of the $250,000+ build by Rob Shippy of Rob's Rods out of Longview, WA. This truck features the best of the best everywhere; boxed and shortened IFS frame with an Art Morrison 4-link rear end and 4 corner coil-overs, 4-wheel disc brakes, 468CI big block GM motor with dual Edelbrock carbs and loads of polished billet aluminum, all paired to a 700R4 automatic transmission, fully welded and ceramic coated exhaust with Headman headers and Flowmaster mufflers, smoothed firewall, recessed headlights, one-off custom short bed with a simulated burlwood bed floor, widened rear fenders, Billet Specialties staggered 17"/18" polished billet aluminum wheels, suicide doors with shaved handles and remote electric latches, a tan leather interior by with late model low-back bucket seats, Billet Specialties steering wheel on an Ididit tilt column, hidden gauges, Alpine stereo with 4 MB Quart speakers, power windows, Vintage Air AC, world class PPG Teal Pearl base/clear paint and much more. Every part and piece of this truck from top to bottom is show painted, polished or chrome and white glove assembled. Please take the time to look through the 150 photos below. Simple Car Company is representing the truck for the current long-time owner that commissioned the build. The current owner purchased the truck in 1976 from the original owner in Seattle, WA. We would be happy to answer any questions for serious buyers. Step outside the box of your ordinary pro-touring hotrods. You will likely never see another custom Hudson pickup, especially one of this caliber.
A documentary service fee in an amount up to one hundred and fifty dollars may be added to the sale price or the capitalized cost of a vehicle.