A most popular pick up that was built in the fifties by a group of top kustomizers for Spencer Murry of Rod & Kustom magazine. Barris contributed chopping the top and sculpting the frontal shade, complete front grill shell tubing grill inserts with plastic molded parking lights extending into a upper hood scoop. Also, quad shaded head lights and frenched in front fenders. Full rear kustom bed section with rolled pan cavity with matching grill inserts and kustom tail lights and rear fenders. Final color scheme entails sprayed multi colored purple/violet/lavender tones of scallops following headlights, top scoop,hood rear fenders and pan, plus outlined in pin stripping. Main body color was pearl/porclein white, 25 coats lacquer hand rubbed to a high luster. After completion during the World of Wheels show tours, Spence was hit on a highway which destroyed the Dream Truck. Twenty one years later the new owner, Bruce Glacock had the complete truck restored for the enjoyment of all buffs and collectors.