The Chevy Apache brings classic pickup style that’s hard to miss, rolling out with just the right mix of curves and straight lines. Now, one custom shop is showing off this impressive restomod build that takes the Chevy Apache to a whole new level, rocking an ultra-clean aesthetic that is sure to leave fans drooling.
This impressive Chevy Apache restomod was created by Miranda Built, an automotive design and fabrication shop out of Boynton Beach, Florida that specializes in upgrading and modernizing classic cars and trucks. The shop has a long list of accolades and achievements to its name, including multiple awards at top auto shows like SEMA, and looking at this restomod, it’s easy to see why.
Let’s start with that stunning exterior, which is draped in an ultra-slick champagne color complemented by rich brown detailing and polished chrome trim. The whole thing was smoothed and tucked, with a flush-fit windshield and rear glass, plus BBT Fab Billet mirrors and EMS Billet Hood Hinges. The Chevy Apache rides on Schott wheels wrapped in Michelin tires. The rear bed also looks immaculate with a gorgeous wood inlay.
The interior is equally stunning, with a custom fabricated dash and color-matching leather upholstery. Naturally, the infotainment goodies are all modern, with Dakota Digital gauges and a seven-inch Alpine touchscreen, plus JL Audio components. Vintage Air keeps it comfy.
Taking a peek under the hood, we find the GM LS3 V8 engine, rated at 435 horsepower. Standout goodies here include a Sniper intake manifold and Holley two-piece hideaway valve covers, as well as a custom 2.5-inch exhaust system exhaling through Borla mufflers. Output is routed through the GM 4L60E transmission and Ford nine-inch rear with 3.70 gearing. The engine bay was shaved and tucked as well, and looks as clean as an operating theater.
Under those beautiful body panels is a Roadster Shop SPEC chassis, while Wilwood brakes throw the anchor.
All told, this 1959 Chevy Apache restomod is a true showstopper.