Meet "Ratty Porsche," the greatest affront to the snooty club of Porsche purists we've ever seen. Chevy 454 up front, bagged frame in the middle, and dually tires out back. RWB eat your heart out.
If you were used to rough days picking it up and dropping it off Chevrolet had the truck for you in 1985. According to this vintage commercial more Americans worked with Chevy trucks every day—and the company had the footage of their trucks living the blue collar lifestyle to prove it.
We guess after you've limited the practical usability of your Dodge dually by equipping it with an air ride suspension and huge wheels, you have to get pretty inventive finding a practical use for it. Judging from this video, it appears crushing Coors Light cans is one possible use.
Yesterday's post on the Tennessee fellow who converts pickups into mini semi trucks brought note of a competing business from Kentucky: Turning used medium-duty work trucks into "Big Ass" pickups. Like all southern rivalries, someone's getting called a sissy.
We're not really sure what Sam Hill is going on here, but we do know this is the first time we've ever seen a set of duallys on the front of any street driven truck. At this time we're also uncertain if Chevrolet is offering this stakebed as a bonus commercial fleet quad laser extra tire edition, or if these guys just…