Ringbrothers unveiled the Enyo, a 1948 Chevrolet Super Truck, at this year's SEMA Show. Over 10,000 man-hours were invested by the company in developing the best Chevy pickup. The custom chassis was developed by Ahlman Engineering and Roadster Shop, and it uses a longer and wedge-cut version of the 1948 steel cab.
Afterward, the Chevy received a set of custom Ohlins TTX coilovers with Swift springs and a cantilever independent suspension up front and in the back.
Furthermore, new Brembo brakes with six-piston calipers are included, allowing for a quick and safe stop for the truck. An all-new Goodwin Competition Racing Engines LS V8 with 510 cubic inches of displacement powers the vehicle. With its eight-stack Kinsler LS-Sprint injection and Holley fuel management system, this V8 can produce 1,000 horsepower when running on 110 race fuel.
The Bowler Performance 4L80 automatic gearbox is mated to the V8 to provide power to the back wheels. Titanium side pipes and a one-of-a-kind stainless steel header are also a part of the engine. Upholstery Unlimited and Gemini Technology Systems worked together to construct the one-of-a-kind interior, and this Chevy also has unique stainless steel fuel tanks and a Vintage Air Gen II air conditioning system.