The Nicest COE Truck In America Is For Sale: Cummins, Fabrication For Days, Incredible Paint, Wow


The Nicest COE Truck In America Is For Sale: Cummins, Fabrication For Days, Incredible Paint, Wow

COE trucks have been a thing for many years and like all the stuff, they come in so many different variations of “done” and of “cool” that it is hard to say that one style or form is better than the other. Well, that’s almost always the case. This truck is incredible and it also does something else interesting. It makes us believe a phrase we hear far too often, “no expense spared”. How many times do you see that in an ad and then immediately go seeking the places where expenses were spared. Good luck trying to find anything resembling that with this truck. It is doe to a level we’re not sure we have seen another one of these done to.

You have the incredible paint and body, you have a turbocharged Cummins engine, you have an interior that is so freaknig inviting we wanted to climb through the photos to sit in it, and an overall package that we think could be cruised cross country in comfort. We don’t even have a good answer for how we’d pull this part off, but the only thing we’d even consider changing is the wheel and maybe just the wheel color to break up all the red but hell, that’s picking nits even for us.

There’s loads of photos and information on this truck in the ad. The truck is on a 1990s GM chassis and after that it is hardcore fabrication and creativity to make the rest of it. The front end is A-arm style which was apparently all hand built, and the list goes on.

We’re in love and yes, the price is big. $145,000 and you can drive it home today.

CL Find: America’s most awesome COE truck? Maybe, maybe not but this one is for sale¬†


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6 thoughts on “The Nicest COE Truck In America Is For Sale: Cummins, Fabrication For Days, Incredible Paint, Wow

  1. Jason P

    Interesting that they went through all that work to extend the cab and didn’t just make it a 4-door. I does look like the front seat folds over but I wonder how much fun it is to climb over into the back.

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  2. Todd

    Tell me that\’s not a push button Mopar HVAC control unit from the 80\’s / early 90\’s. A nice rig, don\’t get me wrong, but several head scratching details for it to be called \”no expense spared\”.

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