1934 Dodge Pickup – Chet Jackman

  • 1934 Dodge Pickup Chet Jackman 1


  • “The TCI suspension, it's in my opinion, is the best on the market and that's all we use for all my builds personally and for customers.” - Chet Jackman, 1934 Dodge Pickup

  • This 1934 Dodge Pickup is Five-Windowed, Hemi-Powered, and Homebuilt
  • The chassis combines a TCI Engineering independent front suspension and a triangulated four-link at the chromed Ford 9-inch with limited slip.
  • RideTech ShockWaves were added front and rear.
  • The wheels are 17×7 and 20×10 Knights from Foose Design Wheels, mounted with 245/34R17 and 275/40R20 Goodyear Eagle radials.
  • A power rack steers the front wheels and Wilwood 12-inch disc brakes at each corner stop the Dodge.
  • Hemi 5.7L engine under this hood had previously powered a 2006 Dodge SLT truck.
  • The Hemi’s modified exhaust combines ceramic-coated Sanderson headers, 2-1/2-inch stainless steel pipes, and a pair of MagnaFlow mufflers.
  • 545RFE automatic overdrive transmission.
  • The vivid red paint is Axalta (DuPont) Chromium Base LRN Viper Red sprayed over white sealer.