Sunday, November 27, 2016

The “Bootlegger” truck
photo by the author
This 1941 Dodge Power Wagon, called “Bootlegger” which debuted at the 2016 SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) Show was built entirely by Daystar Products International employees. The truck is powered by a 720-horsepower LS3 416-cubic-inch Edelbrock E-Force supercharged crate engine.
photo by the author
In addition to the obvious extensive use of copper, the show quality custom manufactured wooden bed was provided by Bed Wood and Parts LLC. 
Photo by the author
The product promoted by the “Bootleger” is the “Cam Can” according to Daystar, when there no room inside the vehicle for  extra fuel, water, tow strap or emergency kit,  the "Cam Can" is the answer.  The "Cam Can" fits securely; the user simply slides the "Cam Can" on the mounting plate and gives it a twist to lock it down on the patented cams.  "Cam Cans" are available for liquid (water or fuel) or dry storage and comes in several colors.
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