The Snow Sled wasn’t always the cool ride that it is today. Check out what we started with and how we got to be the coolest Snow Cone Truck in the country!
1957 Chevy Step Van (The Snow Sled)
1957 Chevy – Van Body Work/Fabrication: Shaved Body Lines, Replaced All Flat Sheet Metal, Reshaped Front And Rear Wheel Wells,Front And Rear Roll Pan,, One Off Billet Snow Flake Grille, Tribar Halogen Headlights, Billet Specialities Tail Lights And Front Turn Signals,1932 Ford Door Handles,Custom Service Doors For Snow Cone Vending Engine/Transmission: 400 Horse GM Crate Engine, 700R4, 3000 Stall Converter Suspension/Chassis: Stock Solid Axle Front Suspension Replaced With R&B Obsolete Front Chassis Clip That Accepts S-10 Front Suspension Components. BYC 1 1/4 Narrowed Tubular Control Arms, Drop Spindles, 2600 LB Bags With Custom Cups. Rear Suspension AirRide Technologies 4 Link On An S-10 Axle with 9000 series bags, One Off Front Wheel Tubs, Engine Cover And Floor, Rear Tubs Raised 9 Inches With Step Notch. Paint: White With White And Blue Flames, Stenciled Pearl Snow Flakes Interior: Two Tone Leather Bucket Seats *Completed By Southtowne Upolstery*, Custom Smoothed Dash With 1932 Ford Oval Dakota Digital Guage Cluster, Billet Specialities Leather Wrap Steering Wheel On Top Of An IDIDIT Tilt Column,Gennie Floor Shifter, rear Of Vehicle Equipped For Snow Cone Vending. Wheels & Tires: Billet Specialities 2005 3D Series Rail, 22×10’s All Around.