I can’t believe someone is actually going to win this truck.

— Matt Noble

Matt Noble is the owner of Noble Fabrication based in Ventura, California. With over 15 years of experience fabricating and finishing award-winning vehicles, he realizes what it takes to build it right. Noble Fabrication specializes in traditional customization of rods, customs and lowriders.

We tend to do things a little more traditionally here because we like to keep it simple keep, the old ways, that’s just the right way.

— Matt Noble, Noble Fabrication
Watch part 1 in a four-part series for a behind-the-scenes look at the classic truck build.

We partnered with Matt and his team to fully restore a 1949 Chevy 5-window pickup. After over nine months of work, we’re excited to say the truck is done, runs smooth and stops on a dime. This beauty could be yours with one simple click to enter.

Now through September 30, 2020, you can enter for a chance to win this custom ‘49 Chevy. Must be 21+ to enter. Only valid for those living in states where 805 is available. Full rules can be found here.

Matt Noble was one of our original Authenticos we featured in a short film, and we had always talked about doing a build and back in the middle of 2019, we reached out to Matt with a crazy idea to give away a classic custom car.

We finally decided on the 1949 Chevy 5 window pick-up truck because Matt had just recently built one for his father in law and the truck just looked cool and it sat low to the ground – it just looked 100% original.

“The reputation that I built here is all based on the quality of work that we do. We don’t let anything out the door unless it would be good enough for my own car.”

I would love to build a truck like this for myself, but happy to do it with 805.

— Matt Noble

Take a moment and watch the short film at the top of page and check the commercial spot above. Stay tuned for the next video in a series of releases documenting the behind-the-scenes look at Matt Noble building a ‘49 Chevy.

“My goal and focus would be to make it as close to perfect as possible. I want people to tell I took pride in what I’m doing and take the time to make sure things fit properly.”

“Every last part of this truck has been updated and modified. All the hard work has paid off, you can just get in it and drive.” “Blood, sweat and tears went into this build — these projects are not easy, that’s why my shop exists.” 

Whoever’s lucky enough to win it, is going to be super excited about owning and driving this truck.

— Matt Noble

This is the first in a four part series and the best is yet to come — hopeful that the winner is someone who will appreciate it and recognize all the hard work that went into restoring it and is willing to take care of it.

Special thanks to: Matt Noble and the Noble fabrication Build team, Ray Foster Paint, LG Pinstriping, Nelson Kustom Upholstery, Accu Air Hydraulics, film and photography: Colin Nearman, Brendan Lutes, Darryn Durham, Kenny & the entire Fasthouse crew