Frame: 1989 Chevrolet S-10. Cab: 1951 Chevrolet with 1952 doors. Bed: 1962 Chevrolet, modified to fit. Engine: 496ci big Chevrolet that’s somewhere near 700 horsepower with the help of just a 150 horsepower shot of the dentist’s favorite air freshener blasting into the engine. Transmission: Powerglide. Everything about the conglomeration of parts that composes this beast of a machine before your eyes screams out to be wailed on at every last opportunity. Some vehicles you baby, some you’re careful with when you’re having your fun. Not this thing. You beat this rusty son of a bitch with all you’ve got, knowing full well that it can take ten times more than you are capable of dishing out. Visually, unless the rat/rust patina look is your jam, it isn’t working. If you’re a fan of 1950s Chevy trucks, it’s bonafide heresy. And we’re sure the entire county knows when Matt Graber is out “testing” his creation on the roads. It’s enough to bring a tear of pure joy to your eye, isn’t it?