Green with Envy???

Jessica Kilby’s ’50 Chevy Stepside Pickup is WAY(cool) over the top! This truck was built here in Lancaster with help from Jessica’s dad Ross Gilbert and Bob Meshey and the guys over at Waycool Rod Shop. Trim, cowl vents, badges and the like were all either refined or removed. The hood seam was filled, the rear fenders were widened 2½ inches and the entire rearend was reworked. The tailgate was shaved clean, new latches and links were installed, and the bumper was replaced with a custom roll pan that houses a set of ’96 Cadillac taillights. Featured in the roll pan is a frenched license plate insert and exhaust outlets. The stunning two-toned green persona of the truck is the result of pearl and custom mixed Chrysler greens laid down by Dink at Waycool. Just as exotic as the paint is the African mahogany bed wood, and custom running boards. Although some of the metal tweaks were for looks, others served a purpose such as the rear fenders; they were widened to accommodate the Billet Specialties Dagger billet rollers 18x8s and 20x12s, wrapped in Mickey Thompson 16x34 and 10x28 rubber. We think you’ll agree… this thing is SICK!