1959 Chevrolet Apache Fleetside Custom

1959 Chevrolet Other Pickups

Technical specifications of Chevrolet Other Pickups 1959

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Item location: Huntington Beach, California, United States
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Other Pickups
Year: 1959
Mileage: 0
VIN: 3A590114748
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

I originally built this truck with the sole purpose of presenting a rolling showpiece to advertise my business and show the diversity of my abilities and what could be achieved on future builds. I aimed for a quality built custom with timeless looks, complemented with modern conveniences, and a result that highlighted my skills, style, and attention to detail. This truck has helped propel my name, business, and reputation for quality work, and served it’s overall purpose as planned.

It’s time for someone else to enjoy it. It’s still like new and is a pleasure to cruise. A great addition to someone’s collection, with the added option of reliable and comfortable drivability. I hope to see it go to someone who will enjoy it as much as I have.



  • 2” chop, tapered roof skin, deleted “eyebrow” overhang above windshield, windshield frame lowered to match height of side glass for uniform look, deleted drip rails, deleted cowl vents, rounded door corners, rounded hood corners in rear, front fenders welded solid to cab for a seamless molded look. Front valance/splash pan was reworked to fit the front bumper much nicer than stock.
    Engine bay is fully molded and detailed, featuring custom firewall panels, custom inner fenders, handbuilt radiator shroud, smooth seams throughout.


  • All seams fully welded and smoothed, inside and outside. Custom roll pan beneath tailgate, tailgate seams blended smooth with custom side sections to match the upper and lower sections. Custom tailgate cable system with hidden self-retracting cables. Front of bed was extended forward and reshaped to wrap around cab. Bed wood is quarter sawn white oak, and was hand selected at local wood supplier. All planks were then cut evenly, smoothed, fitted and gapped, stained, cleared, and finished with a sand/buff process identical to the paint on body.Mar-K stainlessbed strips were then fitted, and the ends folded 90 degrees to cover the seams…an original idea that has still not been duplicated. Rear access panel is hinged, fastened withdzus fasteners, and allows access to air management system, tank, compressors, and battery.


  • Handmade tube grille from 5/8” steel, with rounded ends. Handformed grille surround, incorporating stock turn signal bezels.


  • Front headlight bezels were welded into body for a molded look, and T-3 bulbs fitted. Taillights are ’54 Buick with original stainless bezels.



  • Custom upholstery bySean JohnstunofFat Lucky’s. Fully detailed interior includes a molded headliner to perfectly fit the concave shape of roof. Late-modelGMC bench seat, custom lower door panels blended into stock metal upper units, which were painted, with the addition of a chromed bead roll, finished off with ’54 Chevy armrests. German loop carpet with complimented with matching piping. Customsisal floor matssimilar to those used in vintage Mercedes. Upholstered panels in footwell area adjacent to running boards. Inside of glovebox has been upholstered as well.
  • Kicker Audio sound systemincludes (4) 6×9 speakers located in front and rear, hidden by custom made stainless mesh incorporated into the upholstered panels. Handmade enclosure for 8” subwoofer/ 5-channel amplifier, located behind rear seat. Audio output via auxiliary cable hidden beneath seat.


  • Stock dash was treated to a ’53 Chevy car center section, with 2 of the air conditioning vents hidden behind.
  • Stock instrument panel, with additional gauges in a handmade housing beneath dash.
  • Glovebox corners rounded, and gaps finessed.
  • Steering wheel is an original ’59 Impala, restored by owner, mounted to a stock modified steering column, supported by a handmade column drop.
  • Vintage AirGen IV air conditioning/heating system, conveniently tucked up beneath dash, custom painted to match. Handmade control panel with green pearl acrylic knobs instead of stock versions.


  • Stock frame/modified
  • Frame has been painted black, along with suspension components, 19 gallon fuel tank painted in contrasting silver,
  • Brake booster painted silver. Stainless fuel line, coated steel brake lines.
  • Front end is ’78 Trans Am clip, modified upper control arms,McGaughy’sdrop spindles, handmade air bag mounts, fitted withFirestone2600lb bags.
  • Rear frame includes Welder Series c-notch, bag mounts, and triangulated 4-link
  • Rear differential is ’78 Trans Am, 3.23 ratio, limited slip, fully rebuilt byUnitraxin Anaheim, CA.
  • Brakes are disc front/drum rear, controlled by aABS Power Brake(Orange, CA) booster/master cylinder.
  • Wheels are original ’54 Chevy, painted to match exterior, topped off with original ’51 Oldsmobile caps with color matched center emblem.
  • Tires areCoker radial, 205/75R15
  • Accuaire-Level air management system (5 gal tank, 2 compressors)

Engine and Transmission:

  • Chevy small block 350, withEdelbrock600 four barrel,HEIdistributor,Hedmanheaders
  • Turbo 350 transmission
  • Handbuilt exhaust withPatriot Variflowmufflers with electronically operated cut-outs controlled by push button under dash
  • Driveshaft fromPowertrain Industriesin Garden Grove, CA.
  • Mooneyesvalve covers with matching breathers
  • Radiator is fromU.S. Radiator, with a custom built shroud

Body and Paint:

  • All panels media blasted to bare metal
  • Truck was rust free to begin with, with no rust repair needed
  • Wurth Stoneguardundercoat sealer applied to underside of cab and lower bed sides.
  • Bodywork/paint consists ofSqueeg’s Kustomsepoxy primer,PPGsealer,PPGcustom mixed basecoat, topped with 3 coats ofPPGwhite powder pearl, locked in withPPG DCU2021 clear
  • All bodywork and paint byJohn Canepa

Other details:

  • Gennieshifter with green pearl acrylic shift knob
  • Lokargas pedal
  • Green tinted glass throughout
-Grand National Roadster Show award winner, 2015 & 2018-SEMA indoor featured vehicle sponsored by Kicker Audio-Recipient of Super Chevy magazine Hottest 21 Engines of SEMA 2015-Santa MariaCruisin' National 2015 winner, Best Truck-Coker Tireadvertisement featuredvehicle, 2016/2017 season-Featured and photographed in several domestic and international publications

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