Project Aberration – 1956 SRT-10 Dodge Pickup Build
Follow along as Project Aberration comes to life. Our 1956 Dodge truck will be built using the complete driveline, chassis, suspension, and more from a 2004 supercharged Viper SRT. This restomod truck will be getting lots of aftermarket power adders and tons of Power and Performance fabrication. Scroll down to see this awesome vehicle in progress.
We began project Aberration using a very clean and unique 1956 Job Rated Dodge pickup that spent its life in California. For the donor vehicle, we used our owners fully running and driving 2004 Dodge Viper. The entire Viper, driveline, chassis, suspensions, etc, will be placed under this truck making it handle and perform just like a Viper. The donor Viper is already loaded with goodies including a supercharger, coil-over suspension, full exhaust, and more.
We began the build process by getting the 56 pickup on the lift so we can tear her down! We wasted no time getting the cab and bed off of the chassis and the interior out of this truck.
With the chassis out of the truck it was time to begin mock-up. Luckily we had a viper frame section handy to set the cab and bed to measure and check fitment.
We held on as long as we could, but it was finally time to tear all of the body panels off the owners personal Viper. She is in go kart form for now, but she will be getting gutted, chopped in half, and stretched soon. Stay tuned.