And so, Boney Roberson had built a great weatherproof hot rod. Cruising hot or cold, wet or dry is now fun. Like all good hot rods this was a collaboration of friends that pulled it together and he would like to thank Raymond Nash for general building, paint, and bodywork, Larry Morris and Bob Ramsier for wiring and headliner work, and then Lawrence and Leonard Dubree for their woodworking efforts.

The truck is a study in simplicity blending quality parts to produce a unique hauler that is reliable, comfortable, and low maintenance. Sounds like our kind of truck! CT

“Boney” Roberson

Phoenix, AZ
1951 Chevy Truck

Frame: ’51 Chevrolet
Modifications: none
Rear end / Ratio: Ford 8.8 2:73
Rear Suspension: Chassis Engineering springs / shocks
Rear Brakes: Stock Ford
Front Suspension: Heidts
Front Brakes: GM Disc
Steering Box: Mustang II power rack
Front Wheels: Early Wheel Deluxe Steelies 15x7
Rear Wheels: Early Wheel Deluxe Steelies 15x7
Front Tires: Cooper 215/75-15
Rear Tires: Cooper 235/75-15
Gas Tank: Stock

Engine: GM 350/290 HP crate motor
Heads: Stock
Valve Covers: Edelbrock
Manifold / Induction: Edelbrock
Ignition: HEI
Headers: Hedman
Exhaust / Mufflers: Magnaflow
Transmission: 700R4
Modifications: TCI Converter/shift kit
Shifter: GM column mount

Style: 5-window pickup
Modifications: Shaved and filled hood, tucked bumpers
Fenders: Front / rear stock
Hood: Filled and shaved
Grille: Stock painted
Bed: Weather wood and nail keg
Bodywork And Paint By: Raymond Nash
Paint Type / Color: Sherwin-Williams gray primer and clear
Headlights / Taillights: Stock headlights / ’32 Ford taillights
Outside Mirrors: Peep mirrors from LMC
Bumpers: Stock bumpers, shortened and tucked

Dashboard: Stock
Gauges: Dolphin / Mooneyes Tach
Air Conditioning: Vintage Air
Stereo: None
Steering Wheel: GM
Steering Column: GM
SEATS: Stock
Upholstery By: Owner
Material / Color: Gray vinyl
Carpet: Black rubber mat