1934 FORD PICKUP | DANIELLE LUTZ | MOSCOW, PA

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Danielle

Lutz’s chan­neled and chopped hot rod pickup, built by

Ja­son Gra­ham Hot Rods in Port­land, Ten­nessee, earned its Top 100 pick at its De­troit Au­torama de­but. Ja­son treated the truck cab to a 1-1/2-inch stretch and 4-1/2-inch chop with slanted A-pil­lars—and added flush-fit doors, a cus­tom hood, grille in­sert, and bed sides—be­fore spray­ing the tra­di­tional Wash­ing­ton Blue paint. The chas­sis is tra­di­tional too, with a straight axle, front and rear split wish­bones, quar­ter-el­lip­tic springs, and ex­posed Win­ters quickchange rear. Ex­cel­sior rub­ber wraps 18- and 20-inch cus­tom wheels. An In­glese eight-stack setup de­liv­ers gas and air, and a big shot of vin­tage cool­ness, to the stroked 347 Ford small-block. The en­gine is paired with a TREMEC five-speed. Danielle’s truck went to Gil Vigil of Speed & De­sign for a com­plete cus­tom in­te­rior, fea­tur­ing deep tan re­l­i­cate leather cov­er­ing the cus­tom buck­ets. For more, visit https://bit.ly/2JK4yas.

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