This 1952 Chevrolet Pickup truck, dubbed Vicarious is silky smooth inside and out. This truck is pure bliss.
The orange paint screams for attention, but it doesn’t shortchange anyone who sees Vicarious. Riding on a C4 Corvette suspension, Z06 brakes, and powered by a supercharged small-block Chevy with EFI and methanol injection, Vicarious is fast as it is stunning in looks.
Throughout the years, Bill Scarfe has tirelessly spent countless hours helping develop and launch HPI Customs, a high-end, full-service fabrication shop in Manitoba, Canada.
Although the worth of his work getting the shop off of the ground was incalculable, the labor he invested didn’t go toward his own vision. It was his son Tyler who had the dream of operating an outfit capable of producing world-renowned and respected custom cars and trucks.
“We would kill to have all of those cars back, but he did what he had to do at the time, and we can now truly appreciate just how much he gave up to provide for us,” Tyler says.
About 10 years ago, Bill did buy himself a new toy, a ’52 Chevy pickup, his dream truck. He started gathering parts for it and was ready to build it into something special, more special than any other vehicle he had ever owned. The truck was going to be his last big hurrah, and he embraced the build like none other.
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