Raybestos Reveals Rendering Of Restored 1953 Chevy Pickup

Raybestos Reveals Rendering Of Restored 1953 Chevy Pickup

Raybestos has revealed a rendering of its latest restoration project – a 1953 Chevrolet pickup truck – available for viewing at raybestosbuild.com.

McHENRY, Ill. – The wait is over. Raybestos has revealed a rendering of its latest restoration project – a 1953 Chevrolet pickup truck – available for viewing at www.raybestosbuild.com.

Raybestos has partnered with the legendary Jeff Schwartz and his team at Schwartz Performance to restore the iconic vehicle to its original grandeur.

“We have received so many questions about our newest build project, so we are thrilled to share a glimpse of how the Raybestos ’53 Chevy pickup will look when it is complete,” said Kristin Grons, marketing manager for Brake Parts Inc. “This is the third time Raybestos and Schwartz Performance have teamed up to create a one-of-a-kind classic. Based on the quality parts and expert workmanship that went into the other vehicles, we know the Raybestos ‘53 Chevy pickup will be a true masterpiece.”

Painted in an elegant metallic red, the fully restored 1953 Chevy truck features an off-the-shelf performance disc-brake upgrade package using Raybestos components and Raybestos Truck & Medium Duty specialty disc-brake pads.

In addition, Schwartz Performance has installed its famous bolt-in “G-Machine” chassis, and industry-leading suppliers are providing top-quality parts and equipment for the build.

To follow the progress of the Raybestos ’53 Chevy pickup, including photos and videos of the restoration showcasing top-quality performance components from respected build partners, follow Raybestos on its Facebook and Twitter social media platforms or visit www.raybestosbuild.com.

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