There was flood of words that come to the tip of my tongue when I saw this truck and none of them are printable. I unabashedly love every inch of this rig and what’s even better than the looks is the fact that the guy who built it drives it daily like a Honda and the fact he built it with a plan makes it even better. Built by a race car builder/fabricator named Mark May the truck was basically inspired by today’s NASCAR trucks but was built as thought it would have been decades ago.
The’s a Camaro front frame stub up front, a 360ci Chrysler wedge engine with a big cam and a single four barrel on the top, a quick change rear end out back, AFCO shocks on the corners, wide five wheels, a pretty awesome “cage” with wing out bars, weight jacks on the corners like an actual stock car, and big brakes as well to round out the package.
The absolutely brutal stance of the truck is not achieved through air bags or other wizardry. It sits and drives like this, reinforcing the race truck look and theme. We’re guessing that ride quality isn’t exactly Cadillac quality but if the dude daily drove or still daily drives this thing it cannot be all that bad. The profile shot of the truck below is what slays me the hardest. It looks ready to hit a short track like right now. The wheels, the stickers, the tribute to Dave Marcis with the big #2 on the side, and that spoiler at the end of the bed really spin my crank.
The price for all this fun? A cool $50,000. Think that’s too much? Buy the next one that you see come up for sale like this. We’re guessing the wait with be damned long! Hate away, but this thing is BangShifty as hell!