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1972 GMC Truck - Classic C2500

In today's world of extremes, subtlety is an often underrated trait. When it comes to automotive restoration, there's certainly nothing wrong with building a vehicle that turns heads everywhere it goes, but sometimes it's nice to fly under the radar. Tony Pellegrino, the owner of this 1972 GMC truck, wanted to build a pickup that featured tasteful modifications without going over-the-top. So, he chose a 3/4-ton C2500 long bed model with subdued white paint, and added a few parts to make it his own.

In today's world of extremes, subtlety is an often underrated trait. When it comes to automotive restoration, there's certainly nothing wrong with building a vehicle that turns heads everywhere...

'71 K5 Blazer - Legendary Legacy

Kenneth came by our Huntington Beach showroom to pick up some Chevy Blazer parts for his '71 K5. Other than a missing tailgate, the truck is nearly finished.
A 350 small-block, four-wheel-drive, and plenty of ground clearance make this compact SUV so much fun off-road.
Kenneth came by our Huntington Beach showroom to pick up some Chevy Blazer parts for his '71 K5. Other than a missing tailgate, the truck is nearly finished.
A 350 small-block,...

CW Restorations and Classic Industries Ressurect a 1957 Cameo

Custom Cameo build featured at SEMA 2013


Custom Cameo Pickup Concept Artwork c/o CW Restorations

Chris Womack and the team at CW Restoration Shop, known for building the Magnaflow Revolver Truck, did not disappoint with their latest project for the recently concluded 2013 SEMA conference. This year, the team turned their attention to another classic truck, a rare 1957 Cameo. This project waited approximately thirty years before being turned over to Womack and his crew.

Custom Cameo build featured at SEMA 2013

Custom Cameo Pickup Concept Artwork c/o CW Restorations

Chris Womack and the team at CW Restoration Shop, known for building the Magnaflow Revolver...