It's been quite some time since I uploaded a video. But this bagged COE at SEMA, built by Cobblestone Customs, really caught my eye and I wanted to make an awesome, complete build video for all of you to see & Enjoy!
This unique rig started out it's life as a 1955 GM 5400 COE body and was modified into a Firetruck for a small town in the Netherlands. 60 years later, the owner of Cobblestone Customs found the truck and knew he had to do something unique with it. After removing some of the original fire equipment and making this thing into a driveable piece of ratrod art & I gotta say I'm impressed. He named this truck "Big Bertha" and it was a show-stopper at SEMA 2018. It's got a Duramax Diesel & allison transmission. But one-off billet wheels and lots of other add-ons.
Hands down the most unique truck at the show, and the only one that I took any time to video. Hope you enjoyed the build story and that it may help motivate you to get to work on your project! Thanks for watching! To see more bad ass car videos, don't forget to subscribe using this link: http://www.youtube.com/user/louverlid?sub_confirmation=1
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