1954 COE known as Fermented Fruit. Bagged. Diesel. Awesome!
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Houston, Texas, United States
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|Engine:||Cummins Turbo Diesel|
1954 GMC 250 COE
1954 GMC COE W250,known as "Fermented Fruit". Build by WelderUp was documented on the Discovery Channel. This truck is an obvious show stopper and the world's most famous COE. The Patina is spectacular, there is just nothing like it. It is as much art as it is hot rod. Endless customization leads to a new experience everytime you look at it. You just can't get enough and neither can the general public. People get up from their lunch in the restaurant to walk across the street to check it out. The last time I had it out, even the chef left his post during lunch rush hour to walk around it 5 times for 10min! It is just too great not to miss out on.
Diesel. Bagged. Awesome.
Pirelli Tires. Alcoa wheels. Hand painted art on the doors and in the interior.
Below is the excerpt by the builders WelderUp found at http://www.welderup.com/builds/fruit-rod/
Fermented Fruit is the perfect name for a sun ripened-red truck with an intoxicatingly twisted aesthetic. Built for a fruit farmer, this mid-engine, turbo-diesel dually beast features a 1954 GMC cab and 450 HP Cummins engine in the signature Welder Up bright green hue. We decked this truck out with components that came straight from the farm, including wood paneling made from old produce crates, and taillights made from Mason jars—traditionally used for preserves, but in this case they're home to a handful of dead beetles floating in fluorescent green sludge. A massive old rusty wrench, suspended from matching wrench brackets, serves as the back bumper.
Look on Youtube and across the web for more photos, videos, and glowing reviews... There is just no one that doesn't like it.
Check out the Video Located athttps://youtu.be/fVHPHN5bUbQ