Custom 1956 Chrysler 300B

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Even though this custom 1956 Chrysler 300B didn’t won the Ridler Award it is still one of the most amazing, flawless eye-catching custom cars Troy Trepanier has ever built. There were no boundaries to built it so 300B became seriously beautiful.

’56 300B began its life as white one with 354 Hemi engine last driven back in 70’s. The Rad Rides crew fabricated complete chassis using Viper’s suspension components, put Baer brakes in, mounted 19 and 20 inch custom wheels, used master cylinder from Vette and steering rack from Viper. 354 Hemi was replaced by late model Dodge’s NASCAR powered 358 cubic long-block which was empowered with 70mm Precision Turbo combined with Griffin charge cooler. There are special good looking fenderwell vents to serve that turbo. 300B’s transmission – GM 4L80E automatic.

The interior of this custom 1956 Chrysler 300B is tastefully combined of fine-tan leather and Rose bird cloth as an original Chrysler fabric pattern. Dashboard was also customized with gauges, hidden navigation system, LED lighting, etc. The exterior body is painted in 3 tone paint scheme which completes this super sweet 1956 Chrysler 300B build by Troy Trepanier and Rad Rides.


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