Wow, after nearly 20 months in the making the truck is suddenly done!
Rudy & Jasper at Fullerton Fabrication made a final push to get the pickup ready for the Grand National Roadster show & it made it's public debut at the end of January.
Since the show, I spent about two weeks driving the truck & shaking it down. Needed to make a final list of tweaks & requests for Rudy to call the truck done-done. I've driven it about 200 miles & amazingly enough, there's very little on the checklist. It really is remarkable that a truck built from the ground-up has so little in the way of adjustments needed. Hats off to Fullerton Fabrication, this build turned out to be completely turn key upon delivery.
Just dropped the truck off to Rudy yesterday & I hope to have it back in two weeks for good.
Thanks for following along with this build thread & your support. Been an amazing journey & I'm already planning the next build for Fullerton Fabrication (don't tell my wife).
All polished up and ready for its debut at the 2015 Grand National Roadster Show
I tell everyone this amazing build is due to the talent of this guy, Rudy Rodriguez of Fullerton Fabrication. Modest as he is, he tells everyone its all about the truck