Talk about something different! Paul Stevenson of Walnut, California, won’t have to worry about parking next to a similar truck any time soon.

Stevenson is a longtime street rodder, and this project was his passion for about three years. He took a ’48 four-door Champion and grafted a ’50 Studebaker nose onto it (well actually, Batson’s in Santee did the work). Then a custom bed was formed with no break between the cab and bed. It’s hard to believe this project didn’t take longer than three years to complete.

The workmanship is fantastic. Stevenson is quick to credit Mike Robbins and Ron Batson for their help, but he also says his wife Becky, son Brian, and daughter Julie were a big help. And let’s not forget painter Joe Nunez who sprayed on the ’98 Ford Aspire Sapphire.