Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is excited to be able to offer this chopped 1950 Chevrolet 3100 5-Window “Big Tire” Pro-Mod Race truck. When we hear someone say, “Too much is never enough”, a build like this 1950 5-Window comes along that makes us rethink that statement! This is a 100% drag truck, and as it sits, is not street legal. The motor was built by Mike Cook from Cooks Racing Heads out of Stanton, Tx. Powered by a completely worked .30 over steel crank 454CID V8 with Eagle “H-Beam” rods, an 8 quart Milodan deep sump pan, roller rocker/stud girdled Brodix Heads, a Weiand 8/71 blower, a QuickFuel E-85 750cfm dual carb set up, an MSD Pro Billet distributor and a 6 AL ignition box teamed up with a TH400 trans and a B&M shifter set up, all running into a Ford 9″ fitted with some 40-sline Moser axles & 4.56 gearing that’s twisting some monstrous 33×22.50/15 Hoosiers out back. this truck is absolutely not for a novice driver! It also has a drive shaft safety loop, dual fuel cells for street fuel/race fuel, dual nitrous tanks (not hooked up presently), Q1A adjustable coil overs on all 4 corners with a beefed front suspension & a multi-link rear, 4-wheel disc brakes w/ drilled rotors, Auto Meter Pro Comp Silver LFG gauges in a custom upholstered interior, a multi-point NHRA style roll cage with roof mounted fuel/electric disconnect handles, some RCI 4-point harnesses to keep your butt firmly planted in the high back racing seats & a Simpson chute out back to help bring it all to a stop. If you have nerves of steel and can never get enough adrenaline, then you are the type of driver that this ’50 Pro Mod was built for!