LAS VEGAS, NV — Master builder and TV personality Bryan Fuller created another gem with this fantastic 1940 Ford pickup we stumbled on while walking the maze of aisles at the Las Vegas Convention Center for the 2017 SEMA Show.
“Georgia Gold” is one of those devil’s-in-the-details builds. There are little touches of awesome all over this classic hauler with a brand-new engine, chassis, interior, and more.
The truck is powered by a Ford 302 engine and an Edelbrock intake manifold with a Holley 650 cfm carburetor perched up top. The truck sits on a RideTech air suspension system, has a tubular independent front end, Wilwood disc brakes, Flaming River rack-and-pinion steering, and a 2.5-inch MagnaFlow Hot Rod exhaust kit. The truck rests on Coker Firestone Vintage tires.
The insanely busy aisles and booths at the SEMA Show makes capturing beautiful photography a futile exercise, so after you browse our photos, go see this truck in its full glory at Fuller Moto here.