For power, Bones had Bubba's East Coast Rods and Customs drop in a Chevrolet ZZ4 Fast Burn 385 350ci V-8 crate engine. An MSD coil and distributor supply electric pulses to the spark plugs threaded into each combustion chamber. The burnt gasses are exhausted into a pair of Dynomax headers that flow into a pair of Dynomax mufflers. A built 350 automatic transmission allows for smooth, but firm, gear changes.
Opening the door treats your eyes to an immaculate, all-black Ron Magnus leather interior.
The cab was chopped 2 inches, then channeled 2 inches over the framerails. The five-window cab was reduced to a big wrap-around Lexan rear window. Bones fabricated a custom bed with a tilted tailgate, featuring Oldsmobile Silhouette wrap-around taillights. The suicide hood was pancaked 2 inches, then pie-cut 1-inch. The '48 was then loaded into the trailer and delivered to Kal Concepts in Bakersfield, California, where custom paint guru, Craig Fraser, sprayed the entire sheetmetal with PPG Triple Black, then engulfed the entire truck with some wicked, wispy, House of Kolor Tangelo Pearl flames. Each flame was outlined with House of Kolor Magenta Pearl pinstripes.
The front Colorado Custom South Park 17x8-inch billet aluminum wheels are wrapped with BFG
Ron Mangnus of Custom Hot Rod Interiors in Rialto, California, is responsible for the incredible stitch work of the '84 Camaro, where black leather bucket seats were mounted atop the black carpet, then separated by a black leather custom waterfall center console. Meanwhile, black leather flame-embossed door panels, and a wrap-around black suede headliner tops the interior. A Vintage Air system maintains an ambient comfort zone in the interior. The Flaming River tilt column is capped with a Colorado Custom 14-inch black leather covered billet aluminum steering wheel. A Lokar pedal assembly controls the stop and go motions. The audio sound is kept simple with a Kenwood head unit that is powered by an Alpine Class D amp that is hidden under the seat. Meanwhile, four 6-inch Alpine speakers deliver the vibes.
If you attend any East Coast Goodguys shows, you can't miss Donny showing or cruising in his sizzling Lo Fat '48. Special thanks to Bubba's East Coast Rods and Customs for all of their help getting the truck to this stage.