This is the truck that got me convinced that I can't be the only person that wants a cool truck like this 1955 Divco to drive as good as it looks.

We were in the process of restoring this ex-milk truck when I realized that I was not going to drive a 4-cylinder  stand up  milk truck with a top speed of 45-50 MPH.

So I starting thinking about what I could do to improve the driving experence when I remembered seeing a 1958 Chevy Corvette body on a 2007 Corvette chassis.

​Because our core business focuses on lifting 4wd trucks, Jeeps, and SUV's I thought it would be synergistic to predominately build 4wd conversions.

I found a 2013 Ram 1500 4wd that rolled while being trailered to it's new home. The body was shot but we didn't need it anyway so we purchased it and began the conversion.Over 1000 man hours later we had a 1955 Divco integrated onto a 2013 Ram 1500 4wd chassis with all the comforts and driving characteristics the modern Ram offered.

(Unfortunately we did not document the process  on this one like the others as this was a personal build.)  

1955 Divco Milk Truck