Volume I, Issue 4, Page 65

There are two schools of thought about how to build a street machine. One is to add as much billet as possible in, on and under the vehicle. Any one who digs the bling-bling look will appreciate that approach. Then paint on some flames, multi-hues and stripes and you’re the envy of the drive-in crowd.

A lot of other guys have a different take on the correct appearance of a Pro Street pick up, like Rick Treworgy’s ’55. The theme is total monochromatic, with subtle touches of bright throughout. All the trim, emblems and handles have been shaved, which enhances the Robin Egg Blue basecoat/clearcoat finish. The only bright work on the exterior is a billet Bow-Tie emblem in the grille. A cowl induction shell is added to the stock hood. It may be basic, but it makes a statement about the power of simplicity.