Relive the Good Ol’ Days With This 1947 Chevy Pickup Restomod

1993 Corvette V8 included

Deviations in the automotive world often fall under hot rod or restomod spawns and we're totally fine with that. But the eccentricity doubles when a pickup truck is involved.

According to the ad posted on Bring a Trailer, you're looking at a 1947 Chevrolet Pickup built using a Thriftmaster body that sits on a frame donated by a 1976 C-10 pickup.

Kind of a mixed breed, but a cool one nevertheless, especially since there's a 5.7-liter V8 working its charms under the hood.

Speaking of mixed breeds, the wheels come from a Corvette C5 and "the original steering wheel has been cut down to a 15-inch diameter, shifting is via a tractor lever, and other controls are a mix of original and modern or custom replacements."

Although the car suffered a lot of bazaar-style mods, the ad mentions an original 1947 license plate and a clean Pennsylvania title.

We don't know about you, but such a contraption would find room in our garage faster than one can say "Americaaa".