Armand Provost spent three worthwhile years of his life dedicated to breathing new life into his '52 Chevrolet dream truck. During that time the three-window got a small-block between the two-toned black fenders, a Turbo 350 under its red hood, and a more than able '74 Camaro rearend under its glossy oak bed floor. Armand rolled up his sleeves and did all the work on the 3100, including the metal and paintwork. Inside the cab is a stock bench covered in red and black velour to match the exterior. The '52 still has the stock I-beam and steering up front, so as not to forget the trucks roots. Armand and his wife, Dorothy, drove the truck from their home in Agawam, Massachusetts, to the Adirondack Nationals in New York where they got 11th Place in the Favorite 50 category. That snow sure looks cold!

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