"Big Bertha": Cobblestone Customs' Gorgeous COE Truck is a Show-Stopper at SEMA Show

When you need your car to be bad ass, you better go to Cobblestone Customs, a well-known custom shop of Belgium specialized in custom build, rebuild, restoration and repair stuff.

Offering a high-quality job and guaranteeing maximum customer satisfaction, Cobblestone Customs is the right place to go to make your vehicle look cooler and hotter then ever!

The video we proudly share on this very page today demonstrates us one of the projects completed by this accomplished custom shop. We hear you asking what it is! It is a dreamy COE Cabover truck with absolutely stunning details! This bagged COE is specially built for the 2018 SEMA Show to be a show-stopper and apparently to catch a lot of attention. In the video, the whole process is filmed, allowing us to witness the entire process of rebuilding. The truck, nicknamed as the "Big Bertha", not only looks good, but also has a story behind it. As reported, this matchless rig started out its life as a 1955 GM 5400 COE body and then was modified into a Firetruck for a small town in the Netherlands. 60 years later, the owner of Cobblestone Customs found the truck and knew he had to do something very appealing with it. After removing some of the original fire equipment, he managed to convert this machine into a drivable piece of rat rod. It takes its power from a Duramax Diesel and has an Allison transmission.

Watch the video to learn more about this gorgeous build and let yourself to enjoy it!