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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Truck or Tank?

A grand event for the automotive modifiers take place at SEMA or Specialty Equipment Market Association, 2014, in Las Vegas, some time ago. Many products are unique and beautiful that have not been revealed, including a product of this unique truck.

Basically, this is the Jeep FC170 (forward control) made in 1958 which were fitted with the tracks style such as the tanks. The goods transporter that was widely used circa 1950-1960s has been modified by Daystar Products so it can appear in the unique form today.
Daystar Products’ Jeep FC 170 Truck With Hemi power and tracks. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1vonfX0)
The modification project have been completed by the whole of Daystar team and, as a result they touted as the best in this year's SEMA.
Left side view of 1958 Jeep FC 170 truck by Daystar Products. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/11BkYe0)
Everything can be seen on the Daystar Products' unique vehicle. The most prominent modifications form of the Jeep is the installation of wheel tracks that make an impression and function becomes more total.
Rear side view of 1958 Jeep FC 170 truck by Daystar Products. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1xOwcqd)
Changes also occur in the engine sector which has now been installed the last edition of the HEMI engine, followed by a high needs chassis and increasing the suspension height. And then it sweetened with the paint workmanship of the classical bi-color (two tone) also its impression was reinforced with brown colored coating on the interior. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BANGSHIFT.COM]
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