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It’s not a rat rod, nor a drift truck, nor is it a full-time road racer. It’s Old Smokey, the 1949 Ford F1 pickup that was conceived and built by Scott Birdsall the owner of Chuckles Garage in Santa Rosa, California. And while some may say that putting a 5.9L Cummins diesel with compound turbochargers in a truck is insane, to Birdsall it seem only fitting– especially when you want to go 200 mph in the measured mile.