Believe it or not, this lowrider pickup hasn’t been lengthed.
We’ve seen all kinds of crazy custom vehicles over the years. This pickup truck certainly qualifies as custom, but perhaps the most surprising thing about this big Chevy is what hasn’t been done. It’s lowered, chopped, painted, stripped of its roof, and outfitted as an eye-catching, unorthodox limousine. You might be wondering how much work went into stretching the frame, but here’s the thing. It hasn’t been stretched. Mind blown, right?
Let that factoid rest on your noggin while we talk about the rest of this truck, appropriately called the Krew Kut. It started life as a 1992 Chevrolet heavy-duty crew-cab (hence the name) pickup truck. This particular rig had the long box option with dual rear wheels, which is why it looks so long. We’ve simply grown used to seeing four-door trucks with shorter beds, and admittedly, not having a roof also adds to the optical illusion. But the length of this truck – all 22 feet of it – is completely stock.