Pack Automotive Museum

Performance - Hot Rods - Custom - Antiques - One Offs Many with valid Race and Movie Build Histories

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Each of these cars has been customized by Boyd Coddington, a man who changed the face of automobile customization. Through the kindness, generosity, and hard work of many, these automobiles were reunited and restored according to the precedent Boyd established during his career.

1941 Ford Pickup Automatic
Part of The Boyd Tribute Collection

Boyd Coddington bought the Pickup at a Good Guys show in Indianapolis, to use it as his shop truck. After purchasing, he added a tilt column and ’40 steering wheel, and he painted the dash and door interiors. He had the seats upholstered, added the headliner, and a Lokar shifter. He then added gauges, installed vintage air, and completely rebuilt the motor. In addition, he lowered the truck, added a power brake unit, and new exhaust system. Finally, he pinstriped the truck and added the lettering to the doors that reads “Boyd Coddington Garage, since 1956”. The shop truck was featured in several episodes of the TLC program “American Hot Rod.”

- Customized by Boyd Coddington
- Boyd's shop truck
- Seen on the TV show American Hot Rod
- Boyd lowered truck to give it the current stance
- Completely rebuilt engine
- Power brakes added
- New exhaust
- Forty steering wheel and tilt steering column added
- Installed Vintage air conditioning
- Interior re-done
- Boyd had truck lettered and pin striped

Car featured in episode of Chasing Classic Cars with Wayne Carini

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