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Fireball Tim's Redster – Click above for high-res image gallery

We were fortunate enough to be able to beat back the crowds around Fireball Tim Lawrence's Redster just long enough to snap a few shots from the show floor. Auto Trader Classic rolled out both the 1951 Chevrolet 3100 and Fireball himself for the event. Throw in the five massive Sony touchscreens nestled in the pinstriped pickup's bed and you've got a recipe for one very packed booth.

With a tasty small-block V8 nestled under the hood and a Nano Nitrous set up, this machine should have no trouble putting a dent in the space-time continuum should the driver decide to get familiar with the accelerator.

  • Fireball Tim's Redster front 3/4
  • Fireball Tim's Redster engine
  • Fireball Tim's Redster front
  • Fireball Tim's Redster rear
  • Fireball Tim's Redster front 3/4

Photos by Zach Bowman / Copyright ©2010 AOL

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      All that work for a carbed small block? Those hideous wheels cost more than an LS3.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Seems he should stay with American still as this seems sweet. His MINIs were, shall we say, odd.
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      I love Stovebolts but not feeling the rubberband wheel/tire setup and lcd screens. Otherwise very nice looking and a fresh change.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Chevy runs deep!

      BTW, I actually do like that line...it works!